Brontez

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'''Brontez''' is a [[zinester]] who now lives in California.
'''Brontez''' is a [[zinester]] who now lives in California.
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Brontez was originally from Triana, Alabama, then moving to Huntsville, Alabama, and then to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he released [[Schlepp Fanzine]] while still living at home. He then relocated on his own to Oakland, California, where he released his next zine [[Fag School]]. During this time he was in a number of punk bands. After his arrival in California, he joined the group Gravy Train!!!!, which he continues to perform, record and make videos with. He is also a member of the band The Younger Lovers.
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Brontez was originally from Triana, Alabama, then moving to Huntsville, Alabama, and then to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he released [[Schlepp Fanzine]] while still living at home. He then relocated on his own to Oakland, California, where he released his next zine [[Fag School]]. During this time he was in a number of punk bands. After his arrival in California, he joined the group Gravy Train!!!!, (as 'Junx') which he continues to perform, record and make videos with. He is also a member of the band The Younger Lovers.
Brontez writes a column called "She's Over It" for [[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll]].
Brontez writes a column called "She's Over It" for [[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll]].

Revision as of 00:01, 3 March 2009

Brontez is a zinester who now lives in California.

Brontez was originally from Triana, Alabama, then moving to Huntsville, Alabama, and then to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he released Schlepp Fanzine while still living at home. He then relocated on his own to Oakland, California, where he released his next zine Fag School. During this time he was in a number of punk bands. After his arrival in California, he joined the group Gravy Train!!!!, (as 'Junx') which he continues to perform, record and make videos with. He is also a member of the band The Younger Lovers.

Brontez writes a column called "She's Over It" for Maximum Rock 'N' Roll.

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