Glenn Danzig Poster


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Overview (4)

Born in Lodi, New Jersey, USA
Birth NameGlenn Anzalone
Nickname Evil Elvis
Height 5' 3" (1.6 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Glenn Danzig was born on June 23, 1955 in Lodi, New Jersey, USA as Glenn Anzalone.

Trade Mark (3)

Both the band Samhain and Danzig use a skull trademark (trademark of Misfits was the Crimson ghost skull, of Samhain was a demon skull).
Dark sunglasses
Powerful multi-octave baritone voice

Trivia (19)

The Misfits carved out a niche in punk music by singing almost exclusively about horror movies. Glenn Danzig wrote all the lyrics. Musics was co-wrote by Glenn. Jerry Only and Glenn went through a legal battle over royalties and ownership of the name. Jerry only now has legal rights to use the name The Misfits.
With the exception of the two songs on the "Less Than Zero" soundtrack and the covers listed below all songs on every album he has made are solely credited to Glenn Danzig.
Is a huge X-Files fan and contributed a song called "DEEP" to the compilation album "Songs in The Key of X: Music Inspired From and inspired by The X-Files" This same song appeared in the episode "Syzygy" of the X-files.
Is an avid weightlifter and practices Jeet Kune Do.
His breakthrough hit song "Mother" only became popular on MTV nearly 5 years after it was released on the first Danzig album.
The lettering for the bands "Samhain" and "Danzig" are both exactly the same and are borrowed from the title's font for "The Giant Gila Monster".
With the exception of a different drummer the last lineup for "Samhain" and the first lineup for "Danzig" were exactly the same.
His first band The Misfits became famous again after Metallica recorded and popularized covers of three Misfits songs: "Last Caress", "Green Hell" and the most famous of these three "Die, Die My Darling"
Wrote a song for Johnny Cash, "Thirteen," which Cash recorded for his 1994 album _American Recordings_. Danzig later recorded it with his own band for their 1999 album _Danzig 666: Satans Child_.
Was offered the role of Wolverine in X-Men (2000), but turned it down due to a scheduling conflict during the time of filming.
Was number 16 on VH1's "Top 40 Most Badass Rockstars".
Met Jerry Only in high school, and then formed the Misfits.
He is best friends with Henry Rollins (Black flag, The Rollins band).
Danzig's horned skull icon was taken from the cover of the comic book, The Sage of Crystar #8, drawn by Michael Golden.
Has been living in Los Angeles, California for years and owns a house in Beverly Hills that used to belong to I Love Lucy (1951) star Lucille Ball.
Recently finished his eighth album 'Circle of snakes'. Is about to direct his first movie 'Ge rouge'. [April 2005]
Working on Danzig 777: Luciferi, for release in May, followed by a tour. [April 2002]
Los Angeles, CA [January 2013]

Personal Quotes (2)

It's okay for Christians throughout centuries to exterminate races and for their priests to rape little kids throughout decades, but trying to give the people the power to think and be individual, that's evil?
My view on Democrats is that they're fascists disguised as liberals, or liberal moderates. You're not allowed to say anything they don't agree with. You're not allowed to do anything. Also the whole Obama, "I can kill anybody with a drone with no trial" is kind of disturbing. I'm surprised that more people who are supposedly OK with them, because he's Obama. It's bullshit.

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