Currently on their Abominator Tour 2015, Doyle and Alex talked with National Rock Review during their stop at the Machine Shop in Flint, Michigan.

Taking a heavy lean towards metal, ex-Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein has teamed up with Cancerslug vocalist Alex Story to create an album that is full of monstrously heavy riffs while packed with evil tales of werewolves, killing and of a sick and twisted love story. Abominator is a brilliant album that is heavy on the metal side with elements of doom, grit, punk and the rapid-fire ferociousness of thrash.

Abominator was released on and independently distributed by Doyle’s own Monsterman Records. Although having been released in 2013, sales continue to climb due in part to Doyle’s touring schedule in support of the album and in his use of social media sites.

Doyle’s current tour made a pit stop at the Machine Shop in Flint, MI on March 25, 2015. Alex and Doyle sat down with Erik Heemsoth of National Rock Review shortly before taking the stage. They discussed many things such as the recording process behind Abominator, the touring band, Doyle’s handbuilt custom-made Annihilator guitar, working out, Doyle’s hot sauce, their influences and sound behind the band, Eerie Von’s Misery Perfectum documentary, and the upcoming album as well as trying to dig up some of the dirt behind the Misfits.

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Erik's interest in music began at an early age. In high school, he was the co-host of the underground metal show the Social Mutilation Hour, on 89.5 WAHS, under the name of Neurotik Erik. During this period of his life, he independently promoted shows under the name of Ding Dong Ditch Productions. Erik would rent out local VFW Halls, use space at Oakland Community College Auburn Hills Campus, or simply throw basement parties around the Detroit area. While at college at Ferris State University, he became head of the student run organization, Entertainment Unlimited, and continued to promote shows, but on a larger scale. He also helped start an underground magazine, 'Outpunk', where he interviewed bands and wrote music reviews. Additionally, Erik joined the staff at the Ferris State University Torch and wrote on a larger scale.

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