DC heavy rock trio have just announced a run of US fall tour dates in support of their Pantheon: Vol 2 7" which will see release digitally and phyiscally tomorrow, September 8. They also shared a song from the record, "Cow," originally recorded by the Melvins. New Noise Magazine has there premiere HERE and you can check out the full list of dates HERE.
DC band Caustic Casanova have just announced a three month US tour in support of the vinyl release of their 2015 album, Breaks. Breaks is the band's third full-length and their first on the Kylesa-run Retro Futurist Records. CC have been often compared to the heavy rock of Kylesa, as well as Torche, Fugazi, Rush, The Melvins, Queens of the Stoneage, and others. They're likely coming to your town. Check out a full list of dates HERE.
It was 28 years ago to the day that Rush released their single "Time Stand Still" and to celebrate and pay tribute, today Caustic Casanova have released a video for their single "Show Some Shame" that is a recreation of the wacky video for "Time Stand Still." Head over to Tom Tom Magazine or Rush is a Band to check out the video and read some words from the band.
The first of two videos from Caustic Casanova's Breaks LP debuted today via Clash Music. Animated by Welsey Belak-Berger with cartoon chatacters of the band drawn by his brother Chuck BB. Check it out, y'all!
Caustic Casanova treat us to another new cut from their upcoming Breaks LP in the form of "The Forgiveness Machine" which debuted at Bloody Disgusting today.
"The track is a blend of heavy, bluesy sludge that features bursts of 60’s psychedelic fusion. It flows from a plodding slow tempo to a more deliberate and aggressive mid-tempo approach. It’s incredibly dynamic and a great deal of fun!"