Former MISFITS singer seeks funding for his new solo album

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Michale Graves (who was the singer of the MISFITS from 1995-2000) just recently began utilizing the Kickstarter project platform to create funding for his new solo album.

The former MISFITS singer, who replaced Glenn Danzig when the band reunited in 1995, will enter Soundmine Recording Studio next month to begin tracking his new album, “Vagabond“, due for release on March 21, 2013, which happens to be his 38th birthday. The album, which will be produced by Hydraulic Entertainment, will feature 11 new and never-before-released songs that display Michale‘s unique folk/pop sensibility.


Graves comments:

I have been a performer for 17 years and have had the chance to travel the world and experience so many incredible people along the way. I live for performing and have been on tour so much that I haven’t had the ability to record a new album in over four years. Working in conjunction with Kickstarter, I now have the ability to access those who mean the most — my fans — and create something unique for them.

According to Graves, however, “Vagabond” will not be available at any other point of distribution, making this release an exclusive, limited-edition album.

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