Former CRO-MAGS Frontman Schedules In-Store Book Reading, Signing

Former CRO-MAGS and current BLOODCLOT! frontman John Joseph's long-awaited book, "The Evolution of a Cro-Magnon", is available now exclusively at Generation Records in New York City.

Joseph will be at the store on Thursday, December 20 for a special in-store reading and signing of his book. The event starts at 8 p.m.

Generation Records
210 Thompson Street
New York, NY

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A six-minute EPK (Electronic Press Kit) for BLOODCLOT! — the new band featuring Joseph, former BIOHAZARD drummer Danny Schuler, former SPUDMONSTERS/BIOHAZARD guitarist Scott Roberts, ex-PRO-PAIN guitarist Eric Klinger, and former MERAUDER bassist Rick Lopez — can be viewed below.

BLOODCLOT! is currently seeking a record deal with its self-produced debut, "Burn Babylon Burn".

Joseph describes the group's sound: "I don't want to lock it into any categories. There are hardcore and metal qualities, punk rock qualities, even some fusion in certain parts. It's just heavy music with a heavy message."

Even the band’s name itself possesses an important meaning. "In Jamaican, the word 'bloodclot' is a curse that describes everything being fucked up. It's a 'bloodclot' situation, what's happening on the planet, who's running things through deception and lies, and we need to fix it," says Joseph.

To hear music samples, go to

John Joseph interview from New York hardcore documentary:


(Thanks: Matt Pullman / Late Night Wallflower)


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