God awful. As a huge Misfits fan of both Danzig and Graves, even having the crimson ghost tattooed on my arm, I'm quite frankly embarrassed to have even bought this album. I was happy with the direction they were going with the song The Devil's Rain but after that I couldn't help but laugh. I even stopped listening to it after track five and I refuse to listen to the rest of it. Only should send at least seven bucks back to anyone who bought this piece of crap only because the poster you get is pretty sweet. That being said, when the album artwork is the best thing going for your album, you got to know you're screwed.
As the sole remaining member of the Misfits, Jerry Only took over lead vocal duties in addition to playing bass guitar and the result is an abomination of mankind. Not only he managed to write the silliest horror lyrics ever but also sing the in most unappealing way possible to Misfits fans, lame is the word to describe this album.
Only's vocals are utter sh*t compared to Danzigs' epic wail and Graves' fun Danzig/Elvis impersonation...that combined with a lack of anything remotely hooky/memorable leads me to be one extremely dissapoointed Misfits fan!
Jerry Only's vocals aren't too bad, this is relatively decent all things considered. This will make for a good Halloween album, however it lacks the hooks and charismatic delivery of Michale Graves as seen on American Psycho and Famous Monsters. Not a stunning album, but not a total disappointment either. Whether or not this album should have been made is debatable, still brings nostalgia and a breath of fresh air that The Misfits, Danzig or not, is still relevant almost 35 years after their inception.