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Watch: MISFITS Reunite In Denver For Riot Fest

Glenn Danzig, Jerry Only, Doyle von Frankenstein and Dave Lombardo got on stage and played some Misfits tunes.

Glenn Danzig, Jerry Only, Doyle von Frankenstein and Dave Lombardo got on stage and played some Misfits tunes.

It finally, actually happened. Glenn Danzig reunited with Jerry Only and Doyle to reform the punk-rock Voltron known as the Misfits.

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A ton of video footage has surfaced, which we've compiled below. Rolling Stone scribe Kory Grow was in attendance and filed an excellent recap of the set worth checking out, if you're into that sort of thing. The article features a lot of notes on Danzig's stage banter:

"About 40 years ago, Jerry and I got onstage in New York and we shocked the whole fucking punk scene who didn't know what the fuck to make of us," Danzig said at one point. "We didn't look like anybody. We didn't sound like anybody. We were angry, pissed-off and we dressed all in fucking black and we were always getting into fights and shitloads of fucking trouble every night. That's pretty much what punk was back then, getting fucked up and fucking people up. At least in New York City it was." Then they led a round of their ragged sing-along "Where Eagles Dare" as the audience bellowed its chorus, "I ain't no goddamn son of a bitch."

Here's the full set list:

"Death Comes Ripping"
"20 Eyes"
"I Turned Into a Martian"
"Where Eagles Dare"
"Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight?"
"Vampira"
"All Hell Breaks Loose"
"Hybrid Moments"
"Teenagers From Mars"
"London Dungeon"
"Earth A.D."
"Green Hell
"Devilock"
"Horror Business"
"We Are 138"
"Hollywood Babylon"
"Who Killed Marilyn?"
"Halloween"
"Die, Die My Darling"
"Astro Zombies"
"Skulls"
"Last Caress"

Encore:
"Bullet"
"She"
"Night of the Living Dead"

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