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Middle-aged metal: An aging Glenn Danzig proves he can still rock.

Concert review: Danzig and Pennywise bring their heavy sound (and mosh pits) to Brooklyn Bowl

August 3rd, 2015

Middle-aged metal: An aging Glenn Danzig proves he can still rock.

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