1999 may have been the height of Nu-Metal but that wasn’t the only Metal Music around. The second album of life after Danzig “Famous Monsters” surfaced from the Black Lagoon from Horror Punk legends Misfits fronted by Michale Graves. It may have received mixed reviews but that may have been more about who fronted the band
Former Misfits frontman Michale Graves is set to return to Europe in 2021. The American Monster Tour will feature and celebrate the music of both “American Psycho” and “Famous Monsters” with both albums being performed live in their entirety and back to back while the set-list will be rounded out with material from Graves’ solo
After an appearance at Wacken Open Air Festival, our favourite former Misfits frontman Michale Graves is going to be back with us this summer! He’s bringing his solo band to play cuts from the Misfits classics “Famous Monsters” and “American Psycho” which he originally toured with them from 1995 to 2001 to us in August!
Former Misfits frontman Michale Graves has announced a solo tour across Europe in January entitled “Course of Empire” with Noise Pollution and Siblings Of Samhain in tow. Graves famously sang on the “American Psycho” and “Famous Monsters” Misfits albums. The extensive tour shapes up as follows… 17th London, Camden Underworld 18th Bridgewater, Cobblestones 19th Swansea, Hanger
In this latest instalment of Digital Tour Bus’s Crazy Tour Stories, the documentary makers catch up with Michale Graves (ex-Misfits). Graves has been a touring with his solo band in support of new offering “World Turned Upside Down” of late but is probably most famous for the Misfits album “American Psycho”.
The legendary ex-Misfits vocalist Michale Graves is currently on the road touring his latest solo offering “The World Turned Upside Down”. Graves took a few minutes out to do an interview with Digital Bus Invaders for their series “First Concert Ever”. Fascinating stuff. For those not in the know, he replaced Glenn Danzig for the albums