I came to this unsure of how it was going to turn out due to a few factors: one being that I’m with the group that prefers Danzig-era Misfits (I don’t mean to sound like a snob, it’s purely personal preference), another being that I was expecting a punk show and a good bit of the bands were more on the metal side of things, nothing wrong with diversity but the Misfits were the only band that were more on the side of the fence that was explicitly punk in its roots (though one of the guitarists for Necrofaith was sporting a Social D shirt, so maybe not, Houston is known for diversity!). The last bit was that I had known some kids that come to latter day Misfits show tend to come because of their later releases without always knowing the earlier material, of course that doesn’t speak for the veterans in the crowd but I just worry about kids knowing their punk rock roots. Alas, I was not entirely disappointed.
Review By Kris Prudhomme
It's finally here! The coverage of the nationally known Fun Fun Fun Fest begins now!
ST and touring friends lay it down for somewhere around 1,000 rabid Cycos. Does it really need more of an introduction?
The biggest Punk Rockers/Rastas around hit Dallas.
Review By Abe Hill
The legendary Bad Brains performing at a local festival!