The Misfits T-shirts

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If you are a fan of The Misfits, you probably want to own some band's merchandise, which is why we've put together this guide to the best Misfits T-shirts. We have searched around the internet and found that there are hundreds of different T-shirts available, so we have narrowed down the choices for you. Here you will find T-shirts from various eras of the band and in a range of sizes. We have also included links to some band hoodies and a selection of other official merchandise.

Misfits T-shirts, bandanas and hats are ideal for all fans or the misfits. Misfits T-shirts are a symbol of punk rock. These tees are made out of the softest cotton material which is preshrunk, so you will not have to worry about them shrinking in size. The style and fit of these Misfits shirts makes them comfortable enough to wear to work or when going out with your friends on a Friday night. They can be worn by men or women, and come in a variety of sizes and styles. There are many different designs available, which include skulls, skeletons, and the Misfits logo.

History of the Misfits

The Misfits is an American punk rock band formed in 1977 in Lodi, New Jersey. They are often recognized as pioneers of the horror punk subgenre, blending punk rock and other musical influences with horror film themes and imagery. The band was founded by vocalist, songwriter and keyboardist Glenn Danzig, and bassist Jerry Only. The band had several lineup changes over the years, with Danzig and Only being the only constant members. The original five-member lineup of the Misfits—Danzig, Only, guitarist Franché Coma, and drummers Manny Martínez and Mr. Jim—recorded several singles and one studio album, Walk Among Us (1982).

Their music is often categorized as horror punk, a subgenre of punk rock that uses horror film themes and imagery. The Misfits disbanded in 1983 and Danzig went on to form Samhain and then Danzig. Several albums of reissued and previously unreleased material were issued after the group's dissolution, despite Only's opposition.