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Banquet Record. Jimmy Jazz Records. Merge Records. TKO Records. Punk News. EP had taken. He began to write songs for a new band project, which he considered calling "Danzig", but instead choose to name Samhain, after the ancient Celtic holiday which influenced the modern Halloween celebration. They decided to record and add two of their new songs to the album, making it closer to full length status. In order to make it a proper full length album, Glenn decided to record two of the songs he had intended for Samhain: Bloodfeast, and Death Comes Ripping.
The resulting album was Earth A. In August, after a series of arguments with Glenn, Robo decided to leave the band. Glenn became further disenchanted with The Misfits and began to audition musicians for his new band project.
Glenn had selected Brian Damage to be the new Misfits drummer. However, Brian got drunk before the show and continuously messed up the songs. After several songs Doyle escorted Brian off the stage and the drummer for the Necros filled in for the rest of the set. The band members were visibly upset with each other and Glenn informed the audience that it would be the last Misfits show ever. The next day the band members drove back home without saying a word to each other and went about their respective lives.
Meanwhile, Jerry Only and his brother Doyle moved to Vernon, NJ, where they went to work full time in their father's machine parts factory. During this time, Jerry became more focused on his family and his baby daughter, Kathy.
He became more serious about his Christian faith, and regretted some of the things he took part in during his time with The Misfits. He watched as Glenn continued to grow in popularity with Samhain, a band that Jerry viewed as evil and Satanic. In , Jerry decided to start a new band, one that would oppose the "dark path" chosen by Glenn. Together with Doyle, Jerry who changed his stage name to Mo the Great started writing songs for a Christian heavy metal band with barbarian imagery, called Kryst The Conqueror.
They then created the "Doyle Fan Club" to help spread the word about their new band. During the writing and recording process for the album, they tweaked their instruments, in an attempt to design the ultimate bass and guitar. Once the music was recorded, they hired studio vocalist Jeff Scott Soto who had done vocals for Yngwie Malmsteen to record vocals for the album.
Jeff was forced to remain anonymous due to contractual obligations. To hide his identity, he was credited on the album as Kryst.
Despite Jerry's efforts, Kryst the Conqueror failed to gain a following. The album was never fully released and the band never played a single show. By , The Misfits' reputation had grown to nearly legendary status, and Glenn's band Samhain later renamed to "Danzig" , was signed to a major label.
The Misfits back catalog had been re-issued and was selling extremely well. Around this time, Jerry Only contacted Glenn about getting a cut of the Misfits royalties, beginning a legal battle that lasted several years. Danzig, on the other hand, insisted that all songs were written by him and that the other Misfits' creative input was minimal at best. In late , Danzig's new group also called "Danzig" released their debut album on longtime fan Rick Rubin's record label.
Five years later, Glenn broke into the mainstream when the live video for the Danzig song, Mother, became a hit on MTV, introducing thousands of new fans to Danzig's back catalog with Samhain and The Misfits. Around this time, many older punk bands began to do reunion tours, earning often hefty paychecks in the process. Jerry and Doyle approached Glenn about the possibility of a Misfits reunion tour, but Glenn turned them down by having security escort them off the property.
Jerry decided to cease his pursuit of song credit, and instead tried to reach an out of court settlement that would allow him to use The Misfits name and image. In , Jerry and Glenn were finally able to settle out of court. Jerry gained the rights to record and perform as the Misfits, although he shared joint merchandising rights with Glenn. Chud of Sardonica on drums. The new incarnation of the Misfits released two full-length albums, American Psycho and Famous Monsters as well as a collection of rare and unreleased "resurrected" Misfits tracks, until Michale Graves and Dr.
Chud left the band on October 25, at a performance at the House of Blues in Orlando. Doyle then took an indefinite hiatus from performing. Jerry took over lead vocals in addition to his bass duties, and recruited punk veterans Dez Cadena of Black Flag, and Marky Ramone of The Ramones to undertake a Misfits 25th Anniversary Tour, which lasted about three years, intermittently.
Freed from the Misfits' contractual obligations to Universal's Geffen and Roadrunner imprints, Jerry Only and his brother John Cafiero formed Misfits Records and launched their new label with two releases, the American debut of Balzac a Japanese horror punk band strongly influenced by The Misfits and Samhain , and a new Misfits album featuring the band's retakes on ten 's rock classics, ProjectUnfortunately for this album, the two come off as some of the most dissapointing. Without Danzig's crooning voice, "Astro Zombies" comes off bland, and the whiny stylings of NOFX makes "Last Caress" sound like a immature third grader's joke. Goldfinger's "Ghoul's Night Out" isn't bad, but The Misfit's "12 Hits from Hell" version is miles better/5(9).