(Studio Seven) Talk about living off of a legacy. For a short while in the 1980s, OG New Jersey horror-punk crew Misfits were at the top of their game, garnering worldwide recognition with lo-fi recordings of their sleazily awesome, morbid rock and roll. The music was straightforward and raw, yet vocalist Glenn Danzig brought a distinct Elvislike crooning style that set them apart from the rest of the pack. After Danzig left, the rest of the Misfits crew took a short break, and then returned in the mid-'90s with what seemed like Danzig impersonators, releasing a slew of albums that use the name, keep the campiness, but lack everything else.