Spanish garage-punk band, inspirated in the
mid-'80s, garage rock revival bands aimed to recapture the wild,
rowdy, raucous spirit of '60s garage rock. The fumestones songs
are full of fuzz-tone guitar, Farfisa organ riffs, and sneering
vocals and their lives show the underlying assumption that garage
rock's virtues embodied the true spirit of rock & roll.
FUMESTONES "You never know 7" Wild
EagleRecords (Australia) 2003.
VV.AA FREAKLAND IPUNKROCK. Motorphysco – Animal
records. (Spain) 2003.
FUMESTONES " 5er Than ever" Lp /
Cd H-Records (Spain) 2003
FUMESTONES "The night of the living deaf" Mini
LP Wild eagle records
The band came into being late one night, six
years ago like a three-piece garage punk combo. But was four
years ago when they became a really band introducing bass and
organ players. The Fumestones recorded their debut "Sunday
Morning" in October 2002, two of these song become in their
first released " You neve know 7" " for the Australian
label, Wild Eagle Records. The 7" It's a generous share
of intense rock 'n' roll music where compromise and commercial
considerations have been thrown out of the window and it had
been very well received in both fanzines and major magazines
all over Australia and Europe.
This made they being included on the "Ipunkrock
festival" CD compilation with bands like Cynics, Maggots,
At the end of 2003 The Fumestones released
their first album "Fiver than Ever", a LP / CD, on
the Spanish label H-Records. On this release The Fumestones continue
to lash out their brand of garage punk/rock'n'roll filled with
equal shares of hooks and mad fuzz attack rave-ups.
Their present their new release at the Wild
Weekend Festival, playing also during the tour in the Actión
Weekend, and in the Freakland Festival. Early in 2004 The Fumestones
released "The Night of The Living Deaf" a CD for the
Australian label Wild Eagle Records with 10 old songs recorded
yahoo groups where you can find mp3 of all their releases.