This file photo taken on December 9, 2014 shows Jerry Only, bassist of the punk band Misfits, as he writes on a wall during an exhibition of artwork by Dee Dee Ramone at the Chelsea Hotel in New York. AFP / SHAUN TANDON
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Misfits, whose horror film-inspired punk rock became a major influence on heavy metal but who became embroiled in legal feuds, are reuniting for the first time in 33 years.The two key members of Misfits, singer and songwriter Glenn Danzig and bassist Jerry Only, will perform together at the Riot Fest which takes place both in Chicago and Denver in September.Danzig and Only for years fought over the Misfits brand, eventually reaching a settlement through which Only kept playing under the band's name.
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