Former MISFITS Singer To Tour U.K. In August

Former MISFITS vocalist Michale Graves will be embarking on a U.K. solo tour in August. The dates are as follows:

Aug. 01 - Southampton - Joiners
Aug. 02 - Newport - TJ's
Aug. 03 - London - The Garage
Aug. 04 - Milton Keynes - The Pitz
Aug. 05 - Rugeley - The Rose
Aug. 06 - Merthyr Tydvyl - RMS Rock Club
Aug. 07 - Stoke - The Talbot
Aug. 09 - Manchester - Satans Hollow
Aug. 10 - Hull - The Adelphi
Aug. 11 - Glasgow - King Tuts
Aug. 12 - Bradford - Rio's
Aug. 13 - Wolverhampton - The Varsity

U.S. dates with TRASHLIGHT VISION will be announced soon.

As previously reported, Graves will release his solo album, "Punk Rock Is Dead", in June via Horror High Records. The CD was written, recorded and produced in 30 days. Mastering duties were handled by Alan Douches at West West Side Music.

The import version will contain a newly mixed and mastered version of the song "Butchershop". Audio samples of the cuts "Earth Vs. Spider" and "Punk Rock Is Dead" are available at this location.


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