Austin, TX cult noise rock heroes, Cherubs, are set to enter the studio this summer to record their first new material in 20 years. The band will record with producer Mike McCarthy (Spoon, ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead) at his Austin, TX studio, with an early winter release planned via Brutal Panda Records.
The band released two critically acclaimed, seminal full lengths including 1992's Icing and 1994's Heroin Man, as well as a b-side odds and ends collection Short Of Popular in 1996. The records have since gone on to reach a level of legendary status in the noise rock world, with a new wave of bands citing Cherubs as a major influence on their sound.
Guitarist/vocalist Kevin Whitley had this to say about the band's reformation: "It's a blessing to record another treasure for you people. Why are we still talking about it?"
In addition to the new material, the band have recently made their previous albums available digitally for the first time ever via all major digital outlets such as iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, etc.