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On their first album in nearly a decade, The Misfits live up to their ghoulish legend by unleashing bruising punk-cum-metal tunes laced with classic horror-flick imagery. The Misfits’ legacy has thrived since the ‘70s, thanks to the ubiquitous use of their grinning Fiend Skull logo and their musical influence on groups as disparate as Guns N’ Roses and My Chemical Romance. On The Devil’s Rain, founding member Jerry Only (vocals/bass), Dez Cadena (guitar), and Eric “Chupacabra” Arce (drums) put new flesh on the bones of their trademark sound, benefiting from Ed Stasium’s brawny production. Tracks like “Jack the Ripper,” “Vivid Red,” and “Ghost of Frankenstein” are turbocharged punk assaults filled with mauling riffage and bashing drumwork. More slow and seething are “Curse of the Mummy’s Hand” and “Dark Shadows,” letting Only solemnly intone his tales of fear and mayhem. A ‘50s rock influence (one of The Misfits’ distinct trademarks) adds sweetness to the dark savor of “Twilight of the Dead” and “Monkey’s Paw.”

Customer Reviews

Overproduced and forced

When I first heard 'Land Of The Dead' two years ago, I thought maybe the new 'Misfits' album might be alright. Turns out that's the best song on the album. Even though I'm a Danzig era Misfits fan all the way, I did like 'American Psycho' and a few songs off 'Famous Monsters' when they came out. But you would think after twelve years since the latter album was released, they could do better than this.

It's not even so much Jerry's singing and the music itself that bothers me... it's the corny lyrics. To me it's just seems like they're trying too hard. Some of the songs on here are not bad like 'Land Of The Dead' and 'Vivid Red' but 'Where Do They Go?', 'Dark Shadows', 'Sleepwalkin' and 'Jack The Ripper' (to name a few) are just lame. If you're one of those younger Misfits fan that got into them through the Jerry Only version of the band, then I'm sure you'll like this. As for me, I'll stick with 'Walk Among Us'.


It's different, but it's fast, it's punk, and I like it. Not every song is great and Jerry isn't the best singer, but it's punk... 99% if punk singers are terrible which makes Jerry look good haha. Anyways, it's defiantly worth the ten bucks. Misfits live on!


Oh man. This is just an exclamation point on the post-Danzig Misfits inferiority. And I'm not a hater, I love Famous Monsters and American Psycho, but this Jerry Only show the last little while has been pretty sad. At this point the only Misfits thing that gets me excited is the few songs Danzig does at his shows sometimes with Doyle.


Formed: 1977 in Lodi, NJ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Genuinely shocking or tasteless, campy fun? It was sometimes hard to tell which way the Misfits wanted to be taken, and the immense cult following that has grown up in the years after their actual existence (1977-1983) seems divided in its own assessment. It certainly wasn't the Misfits' musicianship — which was as crude as the recording quality of most of their oeuvre — that endeared them to so many, although Glenn Danzig possessed one of the most distinctive and tuneful bellows in hardcore...
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The Devil's Rain, The Misfits
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Punk, Indie Rock
  • Released: Oct 03, 2011

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