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Like a fiend rising from the grave to commit mayhem, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein leads his combo through a blistering set on Abominator. The ex-Misfits guitarist injects his band’s debut with the trademark sounds and imagery that made his former group infamous three decades ago. Clearly, Doyle hasn't mellowed with age—if anything, the riffs, rhythms, and lyrics found here are more brutal and macabre than during The Misfits’ ‘80s heyday. Joined by vocalist Alex Story, bassist “Left Hand” Graham, and drummer Dr. Chud, he lays down merciless guitar firepower from the snarling title track through the assaultive closing tune, “Hope Hell Is Warm.” Doyle approaches his hellish scenarios gleefully, unreeling scenes of carnage and desecration with a twisted sense of humor. From the necrophilic kicks of “Dreamdeadgirls” and “Cemeterysexxx” to the demonic invocations of “Valley of Shadows” and the gory erotica of “Love Like Murder,” there are no gentle moments here. Sonically, the band shift from hardcore gallops like “Learn to Bleed” to metallic grinders like “Bloodstains” with impressive finesse.

Customer Reviews

Excellent Riffs

Very solid guitar driven riffs but surprisingly multi-dimensional. I expected some all out blistering speed riffs and was not displeased but also pleasantly surprised by some of the more grooving type riffs. I am a very, very cheap person and am actually glad I spent the money on this one. Great, great album.


I like it, has the feel of that something Doyle would make and be a part of. Has a little bit of a Misfits feel to it but not a direct copy.


This album is just plain solid music that rocks, grooves, and creeps you out. Amazing.

Abominator, Doyle
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jul 30, 2013

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