Punk rock legends, the Misfits chose to play Denver as one of only nine U.S. dates on their Static Age tour.

Seven Days Lost, the masked metal band from Pueblo, Colorado opened up the show with an electrifying performance full of songs off their nationally released album Good Day to Die.

Next up was the local Denver punk band, King Rat.  These guys have been pumping out their original old school punk rock since 1994 and have seven full-length albums under their belt.  They are definitely favorites around here and really got the crowd going.

L.A. based She Demons hit the stage next with their fantastic mix of punk and metal with some 60’s and 70’s influences thrown in there.  She Demons is comprised of five gorgeous and incredibly talented women and recently formed as a brilliant brain child of Misfits frontman Jerry Only.  These ladies haven’t been around long, but definitely have a musical career that is going to skyrocket.

Finally, the band everyone was there to see took the stage with a bang.  The Misfits came out full throttle and didn’t slow down as they started the set by playing the entire Static Age album.  These punk rock veterans have been pleasing audiences with their ghoulish 50’s style punk rock for the past thirty-eight years and have no sign of slowing down anytime soon.  They aren’t still all the original members but now consist of original bassist/frontman Jerry Only, Jerry’s son Jerry Caiafa jr. on guitar, and Eric “Chupacabra” Arce on drums.  After the show was over Jerry Only and Jerry jr. came out and signed autographs and took pictures with the fans and didn’t leave until every last person was gone.  This is definitely a show you don’t want to miss.

 

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