Glenn Danzig has completed the recordings for his "Black Aria 2" project, the material for which has apparently been written for five years. The album, which is currently in the mixing stage, is expected to be released in spring/summer 2005.
In other news, DANZIG are said to be considering a short U.S./European tour in the late February/March. The DANZIG-headlined "Blackest of the Black" U.S. tour, which was set to take place this past fall, has now apparently been pushed back to late 2005.
As previously reported, DANZIG and DOYLE (featuring ex-MISFITS guitarist Doyle) will be teaming up for three shows at the end of this month. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Dec. 28 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint (Hard Rock Casino)
Dec. 29 – Hollywood, CA @ Key Club
Dec. 30 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern Theatre
Glenn Danzig and Doyle are expected to perform a special MISFITS set at the shows, which will mark 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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