The name of the band was inspired by one of the lms of the late Vincent Price. “We used to get together and watch ‘The Abominable Dr. Phibes’, and we got thrilled by the mix of horror and black humor”, says Magrão. With a concept in mind and bubbling over with ideas, the guys, already with their university degrees, Medicine (Parras), Business Administration (Magrão) and Dentistry (brothers Paul and Escocês) decided to return to a studio, the Midas, in São Paulo, to record “Seventy Dogs”.
The album was produced by renowned Renato Patriarca, winner of the 2009 Grammy Latino for “Best Brazilian Rock Album” due to Titãs’ album called “Sacos Plásticos”. It was such a success that they have already released their second album “Welcome To My House”.