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The story follows Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig, good “friends” and “roommates” who live next door to creepy Satanists Hall and Oates.

The 'Henry & Glenn Forever' zine: A perfect pregame for this weekend's Danzig show

July 30th, 2015

The story follows Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig, good “friends” and “roommates” who live next door to creepy Satanists Hall and Oates.

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