Tres Cabrones was released on November 5th, 2013.
- (2013) IPECAC RECORDINGS
- IPC-150 - CD
- Tracks: 12 Total Time: 44:35
- (November 6, 2013) IPECAC RECORDINGS/DAYMARE RECORDINGS (Japanese Release)
- DYMC-7024 - CD
- Doctor Mule - 4:14
- City Dump - 3:27
- American Cow - 3:41
- Tie My Pecker to a Tree - 1:03
- Dogs and Cattle Prods - 8:58
- Psychodelic Haze - 4:06
- 99 Bottles of Beer - 1:15
- I Told You I Was Crazy - 6:54
- Stump Farmer - 2:18
- In the Army Now - 1:07
- Walter's Lips - 3:12
- Stick'em Up Bitch - 4:12
- King Buzzo - Vocals, guitar, bass, percussion and Stylophone.
- Dale Crover - Bass, drums, percussion and vocals.
- Mike Dillard - Drums, percussion and vocals.
- Recorded by Toshi Kasai at Sound of Sirens Studios.
- Mastered by John Golden.
- Omnichord & Toy Piano by Toshi.
- Design by Mackie Osborne.
- Tracks 6, 9, 11, & 12 also comprise the Melvins 1983 EP
- Tracks 2, 7, & 10 also comprise on the Gaylord 7"
- Track 1 also appeared on the 2013 Invasion split 7" w/ Helmet
- Track 3 also appeared on the BASH-13 compilation 10"
- Tracks 4 & 8 also comprise the I Told You I Was Crazy / Tie My Pecker to A Tree 7"
- Track 5 also appeared on the Melvins/Melvins 1983 12" from the Sugar Daddy split series
All songs by King Buzzo except:
- Walter's Lips by The Lewd
- Stickem up Bitch by King B and Pop o Pies
- Tie My Pecker to a Tree, 99 Bottles & In the Army Now are traditional American Folk songs
“Tres Cabrones is as close as we’re willing to get to the Melvins 1983 line-up,” explained Osborne. “The best part is it’s all new songs. I specifically wrote tunes that would be good for these guys to play and it worked out great. We had no interest in rehashing tunes we wrote 30 years ago and chose instead to simply create NEW songs. It worked out perfectly.” “Making the Tres Cabrones record was a real treat indeed. It’s a trip down memory lane complete with debauchery and ultra violence, ” said Dillard, who left the band in 1984 only to be replaced by Crover. “After 30 years we release a record with the (almost) original line-up of the band,” added Crover. “I’ve always felt that drummer Mike Dillard was one of us. It’s great that he’s still a piece of the puzzle! Plus, I get to see what it’s like being the bass player in the Melvins! Tres Cabrones indeed!”