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Glenn Danzig

About Glenn Danzig

Singer-songwriter best known as the frontman for the seminal punk rock band Misfits. He has also had a solo career under the moniker Danzig. He began his own comic book label, Verotik. 

Early life

He was a problematic child who began experimenting with drugs and alcohol at age eleven.


He guest-starred as himself on an episode of the Adult Swim cartoon Aqua Teen Hunger Force.

Family of Glenn Danzig

His father was a Marine Corps veteran who served in World War II and the Korean War and his mother worked at a record store, which prompted his love for music.

Close associates of Glenn Danzig

He was at one point replaced by Michale Graves as the lead singer of Misfits.

Kat Bjelland

About Kat Bjelland

Singer and guitarist most famous as the frontwoman of the Minneapolis-based punk band Babes in Toyland. She is also known for her early collaborations with future Hole singer Courtney Love, including the bands Sugar Babydoll and The Pagan Babies.

Early life

She grew up in Woodburn, Oregon and was a cheerleader at Woodburn High School.


She received treatment for schizophrenic episodes in the 2000 s.

Family of Kat Bjelland

She had a son named Henry with her second husband in 1999.

Close associates of Kat Bjelland

She formed The Pagan Babies with Courtney Love and L7 bassist Jennifer Finch.

Kimberly Freeman

About Kimberly Freeman

Vocalist and guitarist best known as a member of the award-winning goth punk duo One-Eyed Doll. She is known for her guitar virtuosity and has been named as one of the Twenty Most Extraordinary Female Guitarists by Guitar Player Magazine.

Early life

She taught in China before pursuing music. She bought her first guitar from a pawn shop in 2005.


She performed with the performance art group ArcAttack on the reality competition series America s Got Talent.

Family of Kimberly Freeman

Her parents are Linda and Rees Freeman and her adopted grandfather is actor, musician and comedian Bernie Jones.

Close associates of Kimberly Freeman

Her band was presented the award for Best Punk Band by X frontwoman Exene Cervenka at SXSW in 2009.

Eddy Brewerton

About Eddy Brewerton

Singer who is known for his time as the lead singer of the band Moose Blood. The group formed in 2012 in Canterbury, England.

Early life

He and his bandmates released their first recording together, Bukowski Demo, in the summer of 2012. Soon after, they were signed to No Sleep Records.


In October 2014, he and Moose Blood released their first full length studio album, I ll Keep You In My Mind, From Time to Time. It peaked at #45 on the US Billboard Heatseakers chart.

Family of Eddy Brewerton

He was born and raised in the United Kingdom.

Close associates of Eddy Brewerton

He and his bandmates found inspiration for their musical style in Jim Adkins.

Frank Turner

About Frank Turner

Known for his work in the punk, alternative rock, post-hardcore, and folk genres, this British vocalist and songwriter is most famous as the lead singer of Million Dead. He also released several solo albums, including Poetry of the Deed and Tape Deck Heart.

Early life

Before beginning his music career, he studied history at the London School of Economics.


The members of his backing band became known, collectively, as “The Sleeping Souls.”

Family of Frank Turner

The son of banker Roger Turner and teacher Jane Turner, he was born in Bahrain and raised in England.

Close associates of Frank Turner

He and Prince William were schoolmates at Eton College.

Freddy Cricien

About Freddy Cricien

Famous as the lead singer of the hardcore punk band Madball, Cricien also performed with a rock supergroup called Hazen Street.

Early life

When he was just seven years old, he began accompanying his older musician brother on tours and was subsequently mentored by guitarist Vinnie Stigma.


His albums with Madball include Ball Of Destruction, Demonstrating My Style, and Set It Off.

Family of Freddy Cricien

His older half-brother, Roger Miret, performed with the thrash metal band Agnostic Front. The child of a Cuban-American mother and a Colombian father, Cricien spent his early years in Florida and New York.

Close associates of Freddy Cricien

He and drummer Jay Weinberg both performed with Madball.