It’s been 5 years since Puerto Rican Garage-Punk Rockers last release, and they have been sorely missed by their cult-like fan base. Now, Davila 666 have returned with with lead single “Huesos Viejos”.
Davila 666 have been a perfect addition to the long running tradition of Latin Garage, which arose in the 60’s with acts like Los Saicos from Peru, Los Monstruos & Los Ovnis from Mexico and Psychedelic Rockers Os Mutantes from Brazil, Davila 666 describe them as simply “Rock N Roll”. Their sound combines elements of Los Saicos, The Stooges and The Cramps, and their latest single does not disappoint. With its marching drum beat, power chord driven guitar and catchy vocals belted out in Spanish by front man Sir Charles Davila.
After their hiatus, the San Juan 6 piece are preparing to release new album “Viva El Veneno” on legendary indy label “In The Red Records” and are gaining back momentum with a tour of the U.S. and if “Huesos Viejos” is anything to go by, we are in for a treat.