Horror-themed rock music has been around since it was first birthed by the immortal Black Sabbath on their eponymous-titled LP in 1970. The theme permeated the industry and found a home mainly with punk rock (The Misfits) and heavy metal (Iron Maiden, Blue Oyster Cult).
One of the more popular bands putting horror to good use in their music was Danzig. Propelled by lead man, Glenn Danzig, the group spawned some minor hits and cultivated a loyal following. After the obligatory hiatus and reshuffling of personnel, Danzig just this last May, released his first album in seven years, Black Laden Crown (Nuclear Blast/AFM Records).
Here he is, interviewed by Keith Valcourt in the November, 2010 issue of HUSTLER, after one of his aforementioned hiatuses. Mr. Danzig talks about his music and his comic book company, Verotik.
Also in this issue of HUSTLER appeared a fumetti-style adult comic strip, "Single Dead Female". If you are a mature monster, click HERE to view it.