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Formed: 1987
From: NJ, United States
Last Known Status: Active

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Below is our complete Danzig news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Danzig Announces Tour With Dimmu Borgir

Danzig will embark on their "Blackest of the Black" tour this summer and joining them will be Dimmu Borgir, Moonspell, Skeletonwitch and Winds Of Plague. The tour is set to go all over the United States and will venture into Canada aswell. Stay tuned for tour dates and more information.

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Skumlove Filming Verotik Short With Glenn Danzig

Skumlove has made the following blog post about his new involvement with Danzig's Verotik project:

"So I got a phone call from Glenn Danzig tonight. For those that do not know Glenn put out some great erotic comic books called Verotik. Well he has decided to start filming shorts. And the first one will be for my favorite story from Veroik 9 called, "She Only Likes Men." Love the story so much I have a tatoo of the characther on my arm. Anyway he asked me to be in the movie.

"I will be playing the part of a guy tied to a chair wearing a ball gag.......Read the fucking story. LOL!"

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Danzig To Film Verotik Short

In the next few weeks, Glenn Danzig will film the Verotik story "She Only Likes Men" that he wrote for issue #9 of that series. Danzig himself will sit in the director's chair for this one.

Verotik (a portmanteau created by Danzig from the words "violent" and "erotic") is a mature-themed comic book company founded in the early '90s by Danzig. The comics he produces are aimed for adult readers and they often contain imagery of a sexual and/or violent nature.

Glenn Danzig has been a big comic book fan and collector since childhood. Along with being a talented artist himself, he once wanted to become a comic book writer and artist.

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Danzig's Illustrated Book Of Lyrics Due In Spring

For every Danzig fan who was dying to know the lyrics to all the DANZIG, MISFITS and SAMHAIN songs — tracks that never had their "dark verses" printed — well, wait no more. Glenn Danzig's song lyrics, illustrated by longtime Danzig collaborator and friend Simon Bisley, will see the light of day late spring 2008. Each song gets its own illustration by Bisley, who has painted many album covers for Danzig, including the latest CD, "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", and ex-MISFITS member Doyle Von Frankenstein's solo project GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN (which Glenn produced).

Click here to view samples from the book. More...

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New Footage Of Glen Danzig's Stage Fall Posted

Fan-filmed video footage of DANZIG performing the song "How the Gods Kill" at the opening concert of the band's current tour, on October 23, 2007 in Baltimore, Maryland, can be viewed below (courtesy of "jodaro55"). The group's frontman Glenn Danzig can be seen in the clip falling off the stage around the four-minute, nine-second mark (-1:10) before making his way back and finishing the song.

According to Rock N Roll Experience's Bob Suehs, who attended the Baltimore concert, Glenn "was in a bad mood after the fall — he cut the show short and he nixed the [scheduled] MISFITS set with Doyle [Von Frankenstein, ex-MISFITS] and was yelling at Todd Youth [guitar] the rest of the night telling him to slow down his playing. The story I was told from a security guard was that Glenn dislocated his shoulder, but I can't confirm that. However, he was hurt badly because he did not meet fans after the show... he ran directly to the bus and didn't come out."

DANZIG cancelled its scheduled October 25 concert at The Worcester Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts due to Glenn's shoulder injury.

Glenn has been sporting an arm sling at most of the subsequent shows on the current tour and reportedly stated at the October 24 concert in Philadelphia that he was glad the MISFITS songs were short while performing the joint set with Doyle. It was also reported that Danzig looked in pain at various points during the Philadelphia concert.

DANZIG's current trek is in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited-edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood", loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley.

"The Lost Tracks" is comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span Danzig's entire career and were originally recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig". More...

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Danzig Soldier On

Fan-filmed video footage of DANZIG performing at Nokia Theatre in New York City on October 27, 2007 can be viewed below (courtesy of "dkstar222").

According to Rock N Roll Experience's Bob Suehs, who attended the concert, Glenn "was in a bad mood after the fall — he cut the show short and he nixed the MISFITS set with Doyle and was yelling at Todd Youth [guitar] the rest of the night telling him to slow down his playing. The story I was told from a security guard was that Glenn dislocated his shoulder, but I can't confirm that. However, he was hurt badly because he did not meet fans after the show... he ran directly to the bus and didn't come out."

DANZIG's October 25, 2007 show at The Worcester Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts was cancelled due to Glenn Danzig's shoulder injury. There is no word yet on a possible makeup date.

Glenn has been sporting an arm sling at the last few concerts, which are in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited-edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood" (loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley).

"The Lost Tracks" is comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span Danzig's entire career and were originally recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig". More...

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Video Of Glenn Danzig Falling Offstage Posted

A short fan-filmed video clip of Glenn Danzig making his way back onto the stage after reportedly falling off while singing the song "How the Gods Kill" at the opening concert of the current DANZIG tour, on Tuesday (October 23) in Baltimore, Maryland, can be viewed below.

According to Rock N Roll Experience's Bob Suehs, who attended the concert, Glenn "was in a bad mood after the fall — he cut the show short and he nixed the MISFITS set with Doyle and was yelling at Todd Youth [guitar] the rest of the night telling him to slow down his playing. The story I was told from a security guard was that Glenn dislocated his shoulder, but I can't confirm that. However, he was hurt badly because he did not meet fans after the show... he ran directly to the bus and didn't come out."

As previously reported, tonight's (October 25) DANZIG show at The Worcester Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts has been cancelled due to Glenn Danzig's shoulder injury. There is no word yet on a possible makeup date.

DANZIG's current tour is in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited-edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood", loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley.

"The Lost Tracks" is comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span Danzig's entire career and were originally recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig". More...

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Danzig Cancel Tonights Worcester Show

Tonight's (October 25) DANZIG show at The Worcester Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts has been cancelled due to Glenn Danzig's shoulder injury. There is no word yet on a possible makeup date.

According to Bob Suehs of Rock N Roll Experience, Glenn fell off the stage while singing the song "How the Gods Kill" at the opening concert of the current DANZIG tour, on Tuesday (October 23) in Baltimore, Maryland. "Glenn was in a bad mood after the fall — he cut the show short and he nixed the MISFITS set with Doyle and was yelling at Todd Youth [guitar] the rest of the night telling him to slow down his playing," Suehs told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "The story I was told from a security guard was that Glenn dislocated his shoulder, but I can't confirm that. However, he was hurt badly because he did not meet fans after the show... he ran directly to the bus and didn't come out."

Read Bob's report from Tuesday night's show — and check put photos — at Rock N Roll Experience.

DANZIG's current tour is in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited-edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood", loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley.

Sony Legacy will reissue the following five DANZIG albums on November 13:

"Danzig" (1988)
"Danzig II: Lucifuge" (1990)
"Danzig III: How the Gods Kill" (1992)
"Thrall - DemonSweatLive" (1993)
"Danzig IV" (1994)

The reissues are not expected to include any bonus tracks or new material.

As previously reported, DANZIG will release "The Lost Tracks of Danzig" as a limited-edition two-disc LP in a gatefold sleeve with an eight-page booklet. The exact release date has not yet been announced.

"The Lost Tracks" is comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span Danzig's entire career and were originally recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig".

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Glenn Danzig Comments On Misfits

Michael Christopher of DelcoTimes.com recently conducted an interview with Glenn Danzig. A few excerpts from the chat follow:

On "The Lost Tracks":

"It'’s all unreleased stuff from the third DANZIG record up until now. There's also a SAMHAIN song that we did with (producer) Rick Rubin when DANZIG first got together that never was released."

"'When Death Had No Name' is a track that has long been kicking around the band’s earliest sessions. Two versions show up on the set, a late '80s and early '90s version both stark in contrast but representative of the singer’s sonic evolution, something that was difficult to capture with the condition of the masters.

"We had to bake them, because they spin on the reel and start flaking off and it won't play. There are people out there that actually bake old tapes so you can transfer them to a hard drive or whatever you want to do."

On his rumored collaboration with ALICE IN CHAINS' Jerry Cantrell:

"I don't know if that’s going to actually happen or not, because right now he's busy with this ALICE IN CHAINS thing. It's going to be a blues record, but it's not going to be new blues, it's going to be old, dark, creepy acoustic blues; guitars and vocals."

On teaming up with MISFITS' guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein for a quick set of classic tracks on DANZIG's most recent tour:

"People wanted to see it — I'm not stupid. And obviously it's never going to happen otherwise. People dug it; I never thought I needed to validate it. We always had a pact that we were never going to do it unless we were all going to do it; and someone broke that pact [referring to Jerry Only — Ed.]."

On bass player Jerry Only, who still tours under the MISFITS banner with a group of old-school punkers questionably trying to fill out the ranks:

"I just think it’s sad that Jerry doesn't have the confidence to call it 'THE JERRY ONLY BAND.' I did SAMHAIN, I did DANZIG, I never had to do that and I never would — it was something special."

On being a horror film buff:

"I'm happy that people are discovering Japanese horror; I've loved it for decades. It's really funny when people are like, 'Hey, have you seen 'The Ring'?' and I'm like, 'Yeah — 10 years ago!'"

"There are so many good horror movies, and I tell people a lot of it is based on real [life] and they're like, 'Oh — OK.' A lot of people don’t know 'The Hills Have Eyes' is based on a real story or that 'Psycho' was based on a real story. Some people don't even realize that there are actually crazy people out there waiting to kill you, they're so insulated."

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Glenn Danzig Falls Off Stage In Baltimore?

Bob Suehs of Rock N Roll Experience has submitted the following report to BLABBERMOUTH.NET:

"I covered the opening night of the DANZIG tour in Baltimore, MD on October 23, 2007 and among other interesting things that happened that night, it was the first official performance of Doyle's [former MISFITS axeman Doyle Von Frankenstein] GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN and their set was plagued with problems. And then during DANZIG's set, Glenn fell off the stage during 'How the Gods Kill' and I have a pic of him getting back onstage after the fall... Also, Glenn was in a bad mood after the fall — he cut the show short and he nixed the MISFITS set with Doyle and was yelling at Todd Youth [guitar] the rest of the night telling him to slow down his playing. The story I was told from a security guard was that Glenn dislocated his shoulder, but I can't confirm that. However, he was hurt badly because he did not meet fans after the show... he ran directly to the bus and didn't come out. Randy from LAMB OF GOD and the singer from GOD FORBID were in attendance at the show as well."

Read Bob's report from last night's show — and check put photos — at Rock N Roll Experience.

DANZIG's current tour is in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited-edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood", loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley.

Sony Legacy will reissue the following five DANZIG albums on November 13:

"Danzig" (1988)
"Danzig II: Lucifuge" (1990)
"Danzig III: How the Gods Kill" (1992)
"Thrall - DemonSweatLive" (1993)
"Danzig IV" (1994)

The reissues are not expected to include any bonus tracks or new material.

As previously reported, DANZIG will release "The Lost Tracks of Danzig" as a limited-edition two-disc LP in a gatefold sleeve with an eight-page booklet. The exact release date has not yet been announced.

"The Lost Tracks" is comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span Danzig's entire career and were originally recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig".

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Danzig Add San Diego Date To Upcoming Tour

Glenn Danzig will hit the road beginning in late October for a handful of live concert dates on both the East and West coasts. Joining Glenn on these dates will be bassist Steve Zing (SAMHAIN) and guitarist Todd Youth (DANZIG, MURPHY'S LAW); former MISFITS axe man Doyle Von Frankenstein and his new band GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN, will support on all dates.

Glenn and Doyle have been in the studio recording Doyle's first solo album, "Gorgeous Frankenstein", which Danzig produced and will release on October 16 on his label, Evilive. According to Glenn, he and Doyle recorded "eight blood-curdling tracks" that include "Man or Monster", "Devilgirl", "Reverse of God", and "Made In Hell". The two played all instruments on the album.

These DANZIG dates are also in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited-edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood", loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley. More...

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Danzig Re-Issues To Surface In November

On November 13th, Sony Legacy will reissue the following five DANZIG discs: Danzig (1988), Danzig II: Lucifuge (1990), Danzig III: How the Gods Kill (1992), Thrall - DemonSweatLive (1993) and Danzig IV (1994). These are all direct reissues as a result of American Recordings moving from Warner Bros. to Sony BMG. They do not feature any bonus tracks or new material.

As previously reported, Danzig will embark on a US tour later this month. Confirmed dates are as follows:

October
23 - Rams Head Live - Baltimore, MD
24 - Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA
25 - Palladium - Worcester, MA
27 - Nokia Theatre - New York, NY
30 - House Of Blues - Las Vegas, NV
31 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles, CA

November
1 - The Grove - Anaheim, CA
2 - Warfield Theatre - San Francisco, CA
4 - Roseland - Portland, OR
6 - Great Salt Air - Salt Lake City, UT
7 - Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO
8 - Liberty Hall - Lawrence, KS
10 - Sunshine Theatre - Albuquerque, NM

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Danzig Rejoined By Guitarist Todd Youth For Tour

Glenn Danzig will hit the road beginning in late October for a handful of live concert dates on both the East and West coasts. Joining Glenn on these dates will be bassist Steve Zing (SAMHAIN) and guitarist Todd Youth (DANZIG, MURPHY'S LAW); former MISFITS axe man Doyle Von Frankenstein and his new band GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN, will support on all dates.

Glenn and Doyle have been in the studio recording Doyle's first solo album, "Gorgeous Frankenstein", which Danzig produced and will release on October 16 on his label, Evilive. According to Glenn, he and Doyle recorded "eight blood-curdling tracks" that include "Man or Monster", "Devilgirl", "Reverse of God", and "Made In Hell". The two played all instruments on the album.

These DANZIG dates are also in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited-edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood", loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley. "The Lost Tracks" is comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span Danzig's entire career and were originally recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig".

What follows are the confirmed DANZIG East and West Coast dates. Other than these shows, DANZIG has no plans to do any touring in the foreseeable future.

Oct. 23 - Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD
Oct. 24 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
Oct. 25 - Palladium, Worcester, MA
Oct. 27 - Nokia Theatre, New York, NY
Oct. 30 - House of Blues, Las Vegas, NV
Oct. 31 - Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 01 - The Grove, Anaheim, CA
Nov. 02 - Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA

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Danzig Announces East Coast, West Coast Dates

Glenn Danzig will hit the road beginning in late October for a handful of live concert dates on both the East and West coasts. Joining Danzig on these dates will be bassist Steve Zing (Samhain) and guitarist Todd Youth (Danzig, Murphy's Law); former Misfits axe man Doyle Von Frankenstein and his new band Gorgeous Frankenstein, will support on all dates.

Glenn and Doyle have been in the studio recording Doyle's first solo album, "Gorgeous Frankenstein," which Danzig produced and will release on October 16 on his label, evilive. According to Glenn, he and Doyle recorded "eight blood-curdling tracks" that include "Man or Monster," "Devilgirl," "Reverse of God," and "Made In Hell." The two played all instruments on the album.

These Danzig tour dates are also in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig," the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood," loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire, Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley. "The Lost Tracks" is comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span Danzig's entire career and were originally recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig."

Follows are the confirmed Danzig east and west coast dates. Other than these shows, Danzig has no plans to do any touring in the foreseeable future.

October 23 Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD
October 24 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
October 25 Palladium, Worcester, MA
October 27 Nokia Theatre, New York, NY
October 30 House of Blues, Las Vegas, NV
October 31 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
November 1 The Grove, Anaheim, CA
November 2 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA

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Danzig Announce More Tour Dates

More dates have been announced for DANZIG's upcoming mini-tour. Support at all shows will come from MISFITS/KRYST THE CONQUEROR guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein's new band GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN. Additional support on the East Coast will come from Boston's DOOMRIDERS. The details are as follows:

Oct. 23 - Baltimore, MD - Rams Head Live
Oct. 24 - Philadephia, PA - Electric Factory
Oct. 25 - Worcester, MA - The Palladium
Oct. 27 - New York, NY - Nokia Theatre
Oct. 30 - Las Vegas, NV - House Of Blues
Oct. 31 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre
Nov. 01 - Anaheim, CA - The Grove
Nov. 02 - San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theatre

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Danzig Announce East Coast Tour Dates

The first dates have been announced for DANZIG's East Coast mini-tour. Support at the shows will come from MISFITS/KRYST THE CONQUEROR guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein's new band GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN and Boston's DOOMRIDERS. The details are as follows:

Oct. 23 - Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
Oct. 24 - Philadephia, PA @ Electric Factory
Oct. 25 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
Oct. 27 - New York, NY @ Nokia Theatre

As previously reported, DANZIG mainman Glenn Danzig has finished producing the debut album from GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN. Due on October 2 via Evilive Records, the self-titled effort will feature "kick-ass art" by Simon Bisley, who has painted covers for "Lost Tracks of Danzig", "Danzig VI' and "Thrall: Demonsweat". Eight "blood-curdling" songs will appear on the CD, including "Man or Monster", "Devilgirl", "Reverse of God" and "Made in Hell".

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Doomriders, Danzig October Mini-Tour

Doomriders has been tapped to support Danzig for several October shows. Here are the tour dates:

10/23 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head
10/24 Philadephia, PA @ Electric Factory
10/25 Worcester, MA @ Palladium
10/27 New York, NY @ Nokia Theatre

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Danzig To Do Halloween Shows

DANZIG will be announcing a handful of East Coast US live shows for the week leading into Halloween. According to a band update, "looks like NYC, Philly, Baltimore and possibly Worcester/Boston. West Coast Halloween shows may also be added. Danzig has said he will perform a few songs from the new Lost Tracks double CD at these shows. Fans don't want to miss these shows, as they will be the only ones for a while."

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Danzig Comments On "Lost Tracks," Music Industry

Glenn Danzig recently spoke to Miami New Times about "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", a two-CD set comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span DANZIG's entire career. All of the tracks were recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig".

"'Lost Tracks' was a big undertaking, that's for sure," Danzig said. "I'm glad that these songs are finally out in the proper form, because a lot of fans have heard really bad Internet versions, or twentieth-generation cassette copies.

"There is a twelve-page booklet inside explaining the history of each lost track, what I think about the song, and why it didn't make it onto the original record," Danzig added. "The song 'Satan's Crucifiction', for example, is actually one of my favorite songs, and I love it. The double guitars, the vocals — it's a great song that didn't make it to the album. The main reason was that I wrote it as a joke to piss off the label [Def American]. They were like, 'Please don't do another satanic record, because MTV is playing you guys now, and the radio is playing you guys.' I wrote that song and we called the label guy, threatening him that the record was going to be all satanic. He flew down to the studio in a rage and we wouldn't let him listen to it, and he was all pissed off."

"White Devil Rise" comes from the same 1994 recording sessions as "Satan's Crucifiction", completed with famed producer Rick Rubin. Again, it's another song that could piss people off: It tells a tongue-in-cheek tale of an impending race war in response to a Louis Farrakhan speech. Its author isn't particularly worried about public reaction. "I couldn't give two fucks about everybody," Danzig scoffed. "The only thing that offends me is stupidity. Most of the world is pretty stupid.

"I am not offended being called a white devil," he continues. "In fact I like it." He snickered. "I still write and sing whatever the fuck I want, whenever I want, and how I want."

It's clear by the end of the album that Glenn Danzig is a man who has always followed his own agenda. "Nobody can tell me what to say or do. I don't care if my record is not the number one record. I don't fucking care," he said. "There's not much money in the record business anymore. I could make a jillion dollars doing a MISFITS reunion, but it's never going to happen. Whoever thinks I'm doing this for money can stick a red-hot poker up their ass."

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Rick Rubin's Move To Columbia Records Is Official

Producer RICK RUBIN's move to Columbia Records is now official, although there are no details yet on what Rubin's exact role at the label will be or where he will be based. The label released a statement this afternoon (May 14) confirming the Rubin hire and stating that he would "form a dynamic and creative executive partnership" with Columbia chairman Steve Barnett, under a new model devised by Sony Music topper Rob Stringer. As part of the deal, Rubin will bring his American Recordings imprint to the company, which previously distributed it in the late '90s and early '00s. American, which for the last year-plus has been distributed by Warner Music Group, has a roster that includes SLAYER and catalog including THE BLACK CROWES, DANZIG. As expected, in addition to producing albums for Sony BMG acts, Rubin will continue his producing activities for artists at other major labels. In this capacity he will work with artists signed to Warner Bros., including METALLICA.

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