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How do you feel about the Cambodian headbangers project coming up?
How do you feel about the Cambodian headbangers project coming up? Vireak Mai

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Name: Propey Idiotpunkhead Reborn
Born: September 5, 1989 in Surin, Thailand
Occupations: Punk rocker, chef assistant, Love FM DJ, many more

Content image - Phnom Penh Post

Propey, former front singer and lead guitarist of Cambodian punk pioneers The Antifate ( who currently broke up ), is looking forward to the third anniversary of Cambodian rock’n’roll festival Cambo Headbanger III on December 14. Rock music is conquering Cambodia (two years ago Cambo Headbanger had fewer than one hundred guests, this year they expect more than one thousand).

Propey misses playing with his band – and has all the more energy to bounce around in front of our camera.


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