Former MISFITS Frontman Schedules U.S. Dates

Former MISFITS frontman Michale Graves has lined up a number of U.S. headlining dates during March, April and May.

For a complete list of upcoming shows, click here.

Graves recently released the third installment of his "Demos & Live Cuts" series. The latest volume is a live recording featuring the original line up of GRAVES (Graves, Dr. Chud, Tom Logan, and Graham Westfield) recorded at Connections in Clifton, New Jersey on August 8, 2002. The album consists of 26 tracks and is available for $8. This was the first tour and the project that immediately followed Michale's stormy departure from the MISFITS. Not long after this very show, Michale decided he would again move onto another darker, heavier project and began a band he called GOTHAM RD. Now with the writing power of his new guitarist Loki along with JV Bastard and Paul Lifeless they released a demo CD called "Seasons of the Witch", which will be available again soon with all-new never-before-heard studio tracks.

(Thanks: NJthrasher)


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