The ultimate visual history paying tribute to one of punk’s most iconic bands
Formed in 1977, the Misfits deeply influenced the genres of punk rock and metal alike by blending their music with horror film themes and imagery. This is their visual story as told through the original ephemera that helped define their legacy. Scream With Me spotlights the band’s iconic and influential album and single art, fan club merchandise, original posters, show flyers, and one-of-a-kind, never-before-seen rarities, culled primarily from the extensive collection of archivist Umberto D’Urso.
Additionally, the book prominently features insightful contributions on the band’s legacy from members of Metallica, Pearl Jam, Avenged Sevenfold, Dropkick Murphys, and more. For more than 40 years, the band has had an inescapable influence on popular culture and Scream With Me is the ultimate tribute to the original, beloved Misfits era.
About the authors
Tom Bejgrowicz is a designer, photographer, and previous head of Century Media’s North American A&R who also created the catalog for the Misfits while at Caroline Records. Formerly a designer at Capitol Records, Bejgrowicz designs music packaging for Universal Music Group and more. Jeremy Dean is a designer, typographer, and creative director who has worked at House Industries, Urban Outfitters, and elsewhere. He currently manages a roster of clients that includes the Rolling Stones, John Mayer, Dead & Company, and Coachella.
Format Hardback | 176 pages
Dimensions 216 x 279 x 20.32mm
Weight 1.2 kg
Illustrations note 300 color photographs