Glenn Danzig On Misfits Reunion: “I Would Imagine There’d Probably Be A Couple More Shows”


Glenn Danzig remains open to doing more Misfits reunion shows in the future. Speaking recently with he said of that:

“I’m open to possibly doing some more shows. I don’t want to tour, but if it happens and everything lines up properly, I would imagine there’d probably be a couple more shows. I don’t know when, but I’ll keep an open mind.”

When it was mentioned how smooth the shows went after decades of bad blood between certain members, he went on to add:

“…We’ve all been doing this for a long time. It’s really funny. I remember when punk bands first started, you couldn’t get anybody to be in a punk band because they hated it. There was the whole thing that punk musicians couldn’t play. And I listen to stuff we do, and I listen to this crap that’s out now, and it’s like, they can’t even play their instruments.

They just go up there and pretend, like, Milli Vanilli–style, and they get paid. Wait … Milli Vanilli got kicked out of the music industry for doing this, and there’s even metal bands doing it. But bands go up onstage and it’s all on tape. They’re not even performing. If I paid money to go to a concert, and the band was up there puppet-showing it, I would be so fucking pissed off. So anyway, there’s my comment on that.”

The band took to the stage last year at two ‘Riot Fest‘ stops with Jerry Only and Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein. Dave Lombardo (Suicidal Tendencies, ex-Slayer) and Acey Slade (ex-Dope/Murderdolls) helped fill out the live requirements for those shows. Danzig‘s eleventh studio album “Black Laden Crown” arrived in stores today, May 26th.

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