Produced in 1992 by Ed Hall, expatriate drummer Kevin Whitley, Owen McMahon (bass), and Brent Prager (drums), the Cherubs surfaced in the Austin, TX, LSD punk scene using a jackhammer of nightmarish, rhythm-driven song set ups and a lot of Butthole Surfers whimsy and terror to maintain things a lot more than interesting. Later on that year, Ruler Koffey from the Butthole Surfers released the band’s 1st recording, Icing, on his Trance Syndicate label. Icing demonstrated a unusual concoction of repeated, hypnotic beats, frosted with Kevin Whitley’s high-pitched howl. In 1993, the music group released the Carjack Fairy solitary, each one of the thousand pressed sleeved inside a different little bit of wallpaper examples; a fascinating concept, and something definitely not alien towards the musical weather of Austin, TX. By enough time the band’s magnum opus, Heroin Guy, was released in 1994, the Cherubs experienced known as it quits, departing a hell of the recording in its wake, probably one of the most distorted, red-lined, oddball sound rock records available. Two years later on, Trance released Lacking Popular, a assortment of singles, assorted items, and outtakes from earlier sessions.