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Fangboner

Fangboner

Fangboner


Fangboner emerges from a west-side suburb of Cleveland,OH. After years of getting drunk and hooking up with girls, a group of friends got together to write songs about their adventures in the Cleveland party scene. This five-piece band is best described as an 80's cock-rock band with pop-punk tongue-in-cheek lyrics, evoking images such as "Poison meets Guttermouth". Recently Signed to Lightning Rock Records in Akron, OH, they will be releasing their debut EP, A Joke Gone Bad, in early 2007. Read more on Last.fm
Fangboner emerges from a west-side suburb of Cleveland,OH. After years of getting drunk and hooking up with girls, a group of friends got together to write songs about their adventures in the Cleveland party scene. This five-piece band is best described as an 80's cock-rock band with pop-punk tongue-in-cheek lyrics, evoking images such as "Poison meets Guttermouth". Recently Signed to Lightning Rock Records in Akron, OH, they will be releasing their debut EP, A Joke Gone Bad, in early 2007. The EP was mastered at SIlver Sonya by TJ Lippie, whose client list includes lengendary punk bands Minor Threat and Fugazi, as well as most recent Dischord releases.

Artwork for the debut EP was done by John Bergamini who does art work for other artists and has won awards for his designs for such people as Gnarls Barkley. Fangboner is: Gaspar - Drums Yonts - Lead Guitar Sheamus - Lead Vox Brett - Bass/Vox Spizzy - Rhythm Guitar For Booking Contact Dustin Yonts at: Yontsey@gmail.com www.myspace.com/FangbonerRocks www.LightningRockRecords.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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