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News: Kentucky Punk Trio BABY BONES Announce Debut Album The Curse of the Crystal Teeth

Louisville, Kentucky-based surf punkers BABY BONES are proud to announce the release of their debut album, The Curse of the Crystal Teeth, due out April 14 via Gubbey Records.
Watch the band’s trippy music video for “Pay Us In Dimes” AT THIS LOCATION.
If anything, BABY BONES oozes the essence of rock music. Guitars fuss and throw tantrums; vocals slither through a jungle of sound, and the drums palpitate with rhythm and punctuate with abandon. When you’re prepping for the street brawl, they’ll be your fight music. When you punch a Nazi, they’ll be your theme song. And when you are ready to love again, they’ll be your make-up song.

Recorded by the band at Tin Pan Basement Studios in Louisville and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East in Cambridge, Mass., The Curse of the Crystal Teeth is 17-minutes of riff-oriented acid rock made by veteran punks bent on global domination.

BABY BONES is the compilation of three forces within the local Louisville, Kentucky, music scene. The trio recorded their first song together in 2016 for the highly-publicized “We Have A Bevin Problem” compilation, a response to Kentucky’s attacks on reproductive rights, benefiting Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky. In doing so, the trio propelled themselves into an unknown–but bright –trajectory towards the cosmos.

Imagine if KISS went punk, knocked up the Queens of the Stone Age and married a surfer girl, but then got divorced and remarried the sister of Slayer. That’s what BABY BONES brings to the table: a punk conglomeration of modern sound, birthed from the murky waters of music’s excessively scandalous history. The question should not be whether BABY BONES has reinvented the wheel, but rather: Why did they set fire to the car that the wheel was attached to?

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