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Cerberus Shoal

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Starting with their punk rock roots upon their 1994 formation, Cerberus Shoal relocated from Maine to Boston when the first line up of Caleb Mulkerin (guitar), Chriss Sutherland (bass/ vocals), Tom Rogers (drums) and Josh Ogden (guitar) was established. After a handful of shows at ABC No Rio, a self-titled EP and a full blown US tour all before the end of 1995, a couple line up changes would progress the Cerberus Shoal sound to a poppier, mellower appeal. With Kristen Hedges replacing Ogden on guitar and vocals, and the addition of David Mulder on keyboards, the two EP Lighthouse in Athens Parts One and Two and And Farewell to Hightide... were released in 1996 on Tree Records; both of these featuring Cerberus Shoal's stylistic changes. After Hedges departed later on that year, the single "Breathing Machine" came out in 1997 following another two song EP Elements of Structure/ Permanence, clocking in at 50 minutes total. With Mulder leaving the band before another tour of the United States, Cerberus Shoal quickly borrowed Thomas Kovaceic (guitar/ vocals) and Tim Harbeson (keyboards/ trumpet) from the band Tarpigh before recruiting them full time. Homb was released in 1999 and Crash My Moon Yacht followed in mid-2000. ~ Mike DaRonco