Caustic Casanova

Caustic Casanova


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“Imagine the musical intensity of Rated R paired with the girl-boy harmonies of Surfer Rosa. Neil Peart-inspired drum fills, driving fuzz bass and lilting vocal melodies rumble-tumble forward, like a barreling freight train verging on derailment.” (Tucson Weekly) After forming at the College of William and Mary in 2005 and recording several albums and EPs, the band finally hit their stride in 2013 after lineup changes, severe injuries, and other setbacks. Since 2013, the Washington, DC band has practiced and toured tirelessly, showcasing their “muscular, riff-roaring, bass-fuzzed blend of metal and hard rock, flavored with doses of noise and stoned psychedelia” (Creative Loafing) all across North America, while releasing new music regularly, with no intention of slowing down. In 2014, Caustic Casanova opened for sludge rock titans Kylesa, and signed to their eclectic label Retro Futurist, which released 2015’s Breaks. The band added the Pantheon: Vol. 2 seven inch in 2017 and the Pantheon: Vol. 3 EP in 2018.

'God How I Envy The Deaf' (GHIETD) was released in 2019 by Magnetic Eye Records, and won two Washington Area Music Awards in 2020 for best hard rock album and song (Filth Castle). Their relentlessly intense live show has earned plenty of notoriety, and