Former MISFITS Singer MICHALE GRAVES Releases 'Lost Skeleton Returns' Album, 'Zombie' Video

Former MISFITS singer Michale Graves has just released a new album entitled "Lost Skeleton Returns". Recorded at Soundmine Recording Studios, the CD was produced by Hydraulic Entertainment and made available through the company's Vile Of Venom label. It features 16 songs highlighting all phases of Graves' horror rock career, including six new and never-before-released songs. Included on the effort are new performances of early classic songs "Dig Up Her Bones", "Scream", "American Psycho", "Die Monster Die", "Fiend Club" and "Fiend Without a Face" as well as new versions of three songs from Graves' "Punk Rock Is Dead" period: "Godzilla", "Dawn Of The Dead", "Earth Vs Spider". The album also includes six brand new songs: "Lost Skeleton", "Last Man On Earth", "Night Of The Living Dead", "Zombie", "Forbidden Planet" and "Something Wicked". There will be six music videos released in support of the new album, led by the clip for "Zombie", featuring horror hostess Skel-pira, which can be viewed below.

Graves commented: "Monster Rock and the Skele-Crow persona is my origin, my passion and part of who I will always be as a performer.

"This album is a true anthology of my work and highlights the most important songs that I have written and performed.

"I have been consistently asked about my formal return to the horror rock world and now we have an incredibly exciting album and tour to reassert our trajectory into the genre that launched my career."


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