"Nobody needs me to tell them that 2020 has been one fucked-up rollercoaster of a year," Child Bite vocalist Shawn Knight says. He and his bandmates were only a quarter of the way through their U.S. tour with Today Is the Day when the pandemic hit and everyone had to head home early. Since then, they haven't been doing much when it comes to music, but even COVID-19 can't keep Child Bite completely quiet. Today (October 28th), the Detriot group and their buddies in Savannah, Georgia, sludge-mongers Black Tusk have teamed with Revolver to unleash their collaborative quarantine cover of Prong's 1994 classic "Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck." It's a gnarly, unhinged rendition befitting our chaotic times — watch and listen above.
"I can't speak for Black Tusk," Knight continues, "but us CB guys have been laying low for the past several months, focusing on other aspects of our lives as opposed to forcing band productivity when we honestly just weren't feeling it, or even worse, cluttering up the social landscape when the world has had much more pressing matters to focus on than demented rock music.
"Not that shit isn't still flinging off of the proverbial fan here in the U.S., but when the Tusk fellas hit us up about a light-hearted, low-stakes, long-distance collab, it sounded like just the right project to help us dip our toes back into being a band. And it was! Hopefully our take on this undeniable Nineties banger brings a smile to a few faces today."