The godfathers of horror-punk perform their debut album, Static Age, in its entirety, along with other creepy classics; She Devils open
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Misfits: Static Age Revisited
When the Misfits formed: 1977. With their union, horror-punk was born.
What is horror-punk: a genre that collides the thrashing energy of punk with macabre monster-movie imagery
How their style has evolved: there’s more of a heavy-metal drive and rockabilly tinge—imagine what Elvis would sound like if zombies ate his blue suede shoes
Hits that illustrate their niche: “Halloween,” “Skulls,” “Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?,” “Vampire Girl,” and everything from the album…
Static Age: the debut that was recorded in 1978, doled out in piecemeal singles and EPs throughout the ’80s, finally released whole hog in 1997, and is now getting the royal treatment on the Static Age Revisited Tour
What to expect from the show: every song from Static Age, accompanied by video backdrops and rounded out with creepy classics from the band’s catalog
Current Misfits lineup: singer, bassist, and original Misfit Jerry Only; drummer Eric “Chupacabra” Arce, and new guitarist Jerry Jr.—Jerry Only’s son, who was likely born with his dad’s signature devilock hairdo
Get there early for: Argentine punk from She Devils and groove metal from Toy Called God