CRO-MAGS Frontman Talks About Autobiography; Video Available

Justin Fullam of Define The Meaning recently had the opportunity to sit down with John Joseph of the CRO-MAGS and BLOODCLOT! to talk about his autobiography, "Evolution of a Cro-Magnon". Published in 2007, the book details events in Joseph's life as well his experiences with the CRO-MAGS.

Watch part one of a three-part episode below.

A traumatic childhood in foster homes was just the beginning of John's evolution, according to PUNKHOuse. Before fronting one of the most important bands in the underground punk scene, the CRO-MAGS, John faced homelessness, addiction, betrayal and insanity. Still, even his success couldn't save him from a relapse that set him back to square one rock bottom. "Evolution of a Cro-Magnon" is a raw and unapologetic autobiography about his life. Consider yourself warned.

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