The Devil's Rain is the seventh studio album by horror punk band the Misfits, released October 4, 2011 through their own label Misfits Records. It is the band's first album in eight years, following 2003's covers record Project 1950, and the first of original material since 1999's Famous Monsters. It is also the only release by the band's lineup of Jerry Only, Dez Cadena, and Eric "Chupacabra" Arce. The Devil's Rain was produced by Ed Stasium, who previously worked with the band on Famous Monsters.
Manring takes drastic measures in his continuing crusade to push the bass out of the rhythm section and into the spotlight. Lyrical solos, bass overdubs, some virtuosic arpeggios, and breathless passage work illuminate ensemble-oriented originals as well as updated versions of Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" and Chick Corea's "500 Miles High.
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If I die before I wake, smoke me out at Heaven's gate Bring me back to life on Sunday, pour me up the devil's drink Wake up, go to work on Monday, grind it out for seven straight You showed me that just because we're blood don't mean we relate. All my dark days came in the summer All my thoughts changed, now I'm a loner Everything stayed, you were the runner Watched your train go away through the tunnels