GLENN DANZIG Branches Out Into Film

According to Revolver magazine, Glenn Danzig recently completed the screenplay for "Gerouge", a voodoo-horror tale set in 1904 New Orleans and based on a Verotik title (Danzig's comic company). The film will mark Danzig's directing debut as well. "It's a period piece, so it's not just a horror movie," he told Revolver. "There's a lot going on in it. But there are some really gruesome scenes, too. The singer-turned-multimedia-menace is hoping for a theatrical release, but confesses, "I'm just going out to do a good movie, and whatever happens after that, I've gotta live with it."

Danzig is also preparing to release "Black Aria II", the sequel to his 1993 venute into classical composition. "It's based on the story of Lilith, the first wife of Adam," he said. "I've had it written for four or five years. Finally I made time in my career to do it. I'm just happy to get it out my system and on CD."

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