Legendary New Jersey hard rock band THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX (aka TAB) returns with The Local Fuzz The trio's fifth full length effort delivers an advanced take on its blistering, virtuosic sound via a single, glorious 42 minute song titled "The Local Fuzz" that contains no less than "50 riffs back to back", perfectly capturing the unit's vivid execution and ambitious vision.
Formed in the mid 90s by bassist/singer/songwriter Chris Kosnik, guitarist Ed Mundell, and drummer Keith Ackerman, their first self-titled album “The Atomic Bitchwax” was released in 1999 with the N.Y.C. label Tee Pee Records establishing them with audiences of the burgeoning "Stoner Rock" community.
As of 2020 the band has released nine studio albums and have performed over 1,500 live concerts worldwide.
Since their formation, The Atomic Bitchwax has inspired hundreds of developing rock and metal bands, but no group of musicians has come close to matching its unique style of fun, frenetic and formidable rock and roll.