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Wednesday, March 7, 2001

The Lanternjack

Posted By on Wed, Mar 7, 2001 at 12:00 AM

Writhing rhythmically deep in the throes of a sleazy punk rock-glam-gore threesome, the Lanternjack wails '70s riffs veiled with the solace of post-gloom lyrical vengence. Larry Lava (bass) and Vivian Camaro (guitar) sweat sexual energy from their fingers while the Holy Goat (drums) wears – surprise – a goat head. Meanwhile, vocalist Flying Johnny Flash is swaggering through the room, pausing now and then to convulse, aroused by his own androgyny in suctioned leather pants and bare chest, although he's definitely not opposed to audience "participation."

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