Rocket From The Tombs

By Oliver Hall

 

Cleveland, Ohio’s Rocket From The Tombs was among the most inspired of the Stooges’ and Velvet Underground’s mid-70s heirs, and of all of the bands in the US rock underground, Rocket From The Tombs is the one that most deserves an illustrated family tree poster of the kind that head shops used to sell.  David Thomas wrote for the Cleveland Scene and heralded the arrival of the future by dressing in aluminum foil and calling himself Crocus Behemoth.  Craig Bell had played in Cleveland’s Mirrors since 1971, excepting the two years he spent in... Read More

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