Former MISFITS guitarist Doyle is looking for a singer for his GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN project. The group's debut album will reportedly be produced by ex-MISFITS frontman Glenn Danzig and will be released through Glenn's label imprint, Evilive. Interested parties should send a demo and a photo to:
ATTN: Doyle Submissions
8491 Sunset Blvd, #179
W. Hollywood, CA 90069
GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN reportedly features Doyle's wife as one of the go-go dancers.
As previously reported, Doyle will join Glenn Danzig for a special 30-minute set of MISFITS classics at at least two DANZIG East Coast shows in early March. The dates are as follows:
Mar. 01 – New York, NY @ Spirit Performance Center
Mar. 02 – Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
DANZIG's Feb. 28 show at The Roxy in Boston, Massachusetts may also feature a special appearance by Doyle.
Danzig and Doyle had previously shared the stage in December in Los Angeles and Las Vegas in what was being billed as their first joint appearance in 20 years. "It's the closest thing to a MISFITS reunion anyone is ever going to see!" Danzig had previously said.
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