Distr.  : NE - Clear Spot/
Style   : garage punk /

LUST    6       CAVEBONES : THE BEER DRINK'N ZOMBIE DWARF...            10"     06.2019

The Cavebones' recording history is short. In 1992, they had the song 'The Wolfman'
released on the That's Entertainment Records Norwegian garage/punk sampler 'Penguins
And Bondage'. Then in 1995 they had their own song 'Atomic Cocktail' featured on the
double CD-only sampler 'Mosserock' featuring local bands from Moss, Norway from the
'60s to the '90s. This is the first Cavebones record! It took 30 years to finally get
here. The six tracks give a good representation of where the band comes from and where
they stand today. Musically, The Cavebones were influenced by deranged and wild '50s
compilations like 'Sin Alley', and 'Desperate Rock And Roll'. In fact, their first
band rehearsals were all about covering artists that appeared on compilations like
that. Other band influences from the early days included the fantastic sounds of
The Cramps and the neo-garage fame of The Fuzztones.