Misfits At Tree's In Dallas November 14
The world famous Punk Rock ghouls make their annual stop through Texas!
Review by Abe Hill
The show opened up with a few thrash bands, notably Electric Vengeance being a crowd favorite, but the band the band that really stood out, besides Jerry Only’s Misfits, was JuiceheaD. One of the best things about this show was getting to see a fresh band on the market, who have an original take on punk rock, while keeping true to its classic vibes. They had a natural stage presence and a line up that brought some new, great tunes to the punk scene, notably “Long Way Down” and they even included a cover of Knowledge, originally performed by Operation Ivy. The Misfits Played a powerhouse set that included every song from their new album, Devil’s Rain, and many of there old classics, including Halloween, and Mommy Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight. There stage show was as eerie as any fan would hope to expect, and it even seems they upped the ante on the fog this time. The only gripes concert attendees seemed to have where that the volume was so incredibly loud that nothing was even audible (you know it would have to be pretty damn loud to get punks to complain about it) and there were a few gripes about the band not including their Black Flag covers, but besides that, the show was the staple of any punks Monday night.
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