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Editorial: The Misfits should have Bobby Steele and Arthur Googy perform at final MSG show

Posted by on September 27, 2019

The Misfits featuring original members Jerry Only and Glenn Danzig will be playing (allegedly) their final show this October 19, 2019. Jerry Only’s brother and “final” guitarist in the long line of guitarists, Doyle, will be joining them. While Doyle is known for his work on the Misfits’ Earth A.D., there was indeed another guitar […]

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Editorial: Now that the Misfits reunion shows are ending it’s time to bring Michale Graves back

Posted by on September 20, 2019

Sadly, it’s been reported that the Misfits (classic Jerry/Danzig lineup), will perform their final show at New York’s Madison Square Garden on October 19, 2019. While many have speculated as the reasons why this show will be their last (slow ticket sales, ticket prices too high, contractual agreements, etc.) given the drama upon drama that […]

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Glenn Danzig to begin shooting his next film in October

Posted by on September 19, 2019

Glenn Danzig recently attended the red carpet premiere of Rob Zombie’s new film, 3 From Hell at Vista Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday (16th). During his appearance, Bionic Buzz caught up with the Misfits singer to discuss a potential follow-up to his feature film directorial debut, Verotika. Danzig revealed he will be shooting his […]

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Danzig is 100% right in banning cell phones from concerts

Posted by on December 19, 2017

Is there anyone in metal who gets more unbridled disdain on social media than Glenn Danzig? Short of the egotistical capitalist parading as socialist Tom “Do you know who I am?!” Morello, I don’t think there is. And granted Danzig says some absurd statements, produces some campy videos and gives us some truly cringe-worthy moments, […]

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Misfits announce Las Vegas show

Posted by on September 25, 2017

Many at Riot Fest last year were super psyched to see original Misfits Glenn Danzig and Jerry Only reunite with Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein on guitar (and Dave Lombardo on drums). While that appeared to be a one-off (or two-off, since they played both Riot Fests), earlier this year, they announced a Los Angeles show […]

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Review: Danzig returns to the Electric Factory, 9/8/17

Posted by on September 11, 2017

I caught Danzig on tour at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA on September 8. Per usual, a memorable show. This was an incredible bill and I’ll have reviews of openers Mutoid Man and Corrosion of Conformity in subsequent stories. Danzig, with current lineup, is on a short East Coast Tour that focuses on Danzig […]

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Misfits to play Los Angeles show in December

Posted by on August 21, 2017

Last year, Misfits reunited, with Glenn Danzig joining Jerry Only and Wolfgang Dolye von Frankenstein for the first time in 33 years. The two shows at Riot Fest Chicago and Denver were seen as an overwhelming success, but that didn’t mean that all of a sudden were were going to have the band reunite, put […]

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Glenn Danzig’s house comes with Franken Berry, random other Danzig-like stuff

Posted by on August 15, 2017

If you’re into real estate and metal, you’ve undoubtedly heard about Glenn Danzig’s Los Feliz house hitting the market for $1.2 million. Unfortunately, the house is now listed as being off the market, suggesting that it’s been sold, or the seller got cold, dirty black feet. And while the fate of Danzig’s old crib is […]

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Indiegogo campaign launched to save Glenn Danzig’s Los Angeles home for $666,666

Posted by on August 8, 2017

Just a few days ago, we noticed we could buy Glenn Danzig’s Los Angeles home for $1.2 million dollars. A lot has happened since including Zillow.com taking the property off the market, making us wonder if someone already put down a deposit or, something else. Additionally, a group of diehard fans launched an Indiegogo campaign to […]

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Album review: Danzig’s ‘Black Laden Crown’ is a nearly great throwback

Posted by on June 1, 2017

I will admit it, I’ve seen Danzig live no less than a dozen times. And I look forward to seeing Danzig a dozen more. While Glenn Danzig is the artist so many love to hate, his mark on both punk and metal is indelible and his legacy, undoubtedly, is permanently affixed to all of the […]

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