CAUSTIC CASANOVA reveal today that the recording of their new album is complete. As the record enters preparations for a 2022 release, there will be a chance to catch a preview of the new material as the band embarks on several weeks of shows across the USA this November and December 2021. The road rage kicks off in style on November 11 at Mr. Small's Fun House in Millvale, PA...

On their fifth album, the brain-frying "Glass Enclosed Nerve Center", Washington, DC-based riffonauts CAUSTIC CASANOVA pull an expansive range of sounds into their tight, hyperkinetic core – and explode them outward in a kaleidoscope of progressive heavy rock exuberance.

In ferocious opposition to playing music in an established style that might give listeners a way in but can narrow down what's allowable, CAUSTIC CASANOVA plant their flag dramatically on the...

Formed in 2005 as the trio consisting of drummer and vocalist Stefanie Zaekner, bass-player and singer Francis Beringer, and guitarist Andrew Yonki, CAUSTIC CASANOVA's chose a path to constantly refine their thrillingly unpredictable music, which careens from sardonic noise rock to proggy sludge in the vein of Baroness, Red Fang, and Torche, while also taking inspiration from the gargantuan heft of Melvins to Boris, and fleet guitar heroics with flashes...

CAUSTIC CASANOVA gleefully present their eclectic best sides on the second new single, 'Anubis Rex'. The track is taken from the Washington D.C.-based riff-rockers' forthcoming album "Glass Enclosed Nerve Center", to be released on October 7th on Magentic Eye Records.

The twisted new song opens with a country-style guitar slide and sports the Latin title 'Anubis Rex' ("King Anubis"), and refers to the Egyptian god of death rites. On their...

Howdy! CAUSTIC CASANOVA gleefully present their eclectic best sides on the second new single, 'Anubis Rex'. The track is taken from the Washington D.C. based riff-rockers' forthcoming album "Glass Enclosed Nerve Center". The full-length has been scheduled for release on October 7.

The twisted new song that opens with a country style guitar slide and sports the Latin title 'Anubis Rex' ("King Anubis"), which is referring to the Egyptian god...

Trying to pigeonhole CAUSTIC CASANOVA musically is bound to fail, but one certainty is that the American stoner/punk/sludge/noise/riff-rockers (take your pick) are heavily invested into the avian super-flyers that graced the artwork of their last album; not to mention being keen on sharp societal commentary. All of this is evident in the band's new animated video, stunningly created by Jase Harper, which also features a giant space squid and a...

Relentless road-dogs CAUSTIC CASANOVA will release their new album, God How I Envy The Deaf, this October via Magnetic Eye Records. The record lands after a nearly two-month cross-country tour and only weeks prior to another trek in support of the confident collection of singable riff-punk anthems, establishing yet again that this band won't be held to any sort of predictable musical path nor many nights sleeping in their own...

Washington, DC heavy rockers Caustic Casanova tour starts today!

The band commented "There are exciting things afoot in the next four months for us: an 8 week North American tour in August and September, the release of our Magnetic Eye Records debut full length record in October, the addition of a second guitar player (Jake Kimberley), and a post-release fall tour announcement. Stay tuned!”

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Washington, DC heavy rockers Caustic Casanova are preparing for a late summer tour that will take them across the United States. Says the band, "We're so excited to hit the road for our longest North American tour since 2016 (and our new guitarist Jake Kimberley's first coast-to-coast run). We'll be bringing you all the prog, stoner metal, psych, and noise rock you can handle, at...