Misfits The Devil's Rain

Misfits The Devil's Rain
The legacy of brutality just isn't what it used to be. The Misfits have gone from wanting your skull to your sympathy, with the fiend forefathers' newest incarnation made up of basically of three full-grown men in Halloween costumes. Although they still manage to keep their loyal fan base, the band have never properly recovered from Glenn Danzig's departure almost 30 years ago and The Devil's Rain is proof that these geriatric horror punks need to retire. Drawn-out, lame, ghastly samples accompany the majority of the tracks and the songs don't stray far from parent-friendly, good clean fun ― a far cry from the band's genre-defining Earth A.D. release or major label debut, American Psycho. With an uninspired, lazy approach to the songwriting, The Devil's Rain is the weakest release to ever bear the iconic Crimson Ghost and is without a doubt the last nail in the coffin for the Misfits. (Misfits)