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Devilounge

Devilounge

Devilounge


Devilounge was born from Devilock, a Chicago-based Misfits tribute. The original Devilounge lineup featured Matt Wukitsch (vocals), Chuck Tipton (Bass), Snoop (Guitar), Jeff Lee (Drums) and Justin Zucker (Keyboard). Snoop left and was replaced by Paul Kasprzak (Rock Star Club) and then again by Carl Brunke (Hope Kills Fear) before disbanding in 2007. The live album, The Easter of Evil was never intended to be an album but soon circulated over the Read more on Last.fm
Devilounge was born from Devilock, a Chicago-based Misfits tribute. The original Devilounge lineup featured Matt Wukitsch (vocals), Chuck Tipton (Bass), Snoop (Guitar), Jeff Lee (Drums) and Justin Zucker (Keyboard). Snoop left and was replaced by Paul Kasprzak (Rock Star Club) and then again by Carl Brunke (Hope Kills Fear) before disbanding in 2007. The live album, The Easter of Evil was never intended to be an album but soon circulated over the internet and was passed around by Misfits fans and collectors which inspired other varieties of Misfits tribute bands and albums.

It was recorded at Bone Daddy in Chicago by JJ De-Rover. The members of Devilounge minus Carl Brunke formed Love on the Rocks and then Wedding Banned. Snoop has since played in The Yakuza and Paul Kasprzak has formed Outburst on the 66 and Indiana Bandana. Read more on Last.fm.

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