Gluecifer went into the studio to put down tracks for what would become their fourth album, “Basement Apes” which was released in April 2002. The fact that some people described “Basement Apes” as commercial and Gluecifer’s softest record didn’t bother them because this was the kind of record they wanted to make. Gluecifer just wanted to be a band with a relatively large fan base and make good albums. They always pushed themselves into being a better band. If a band starts concentrating on the commercial aspect and that’s the main focus they’ll probably lose the joy of making music. And Gluecifer definitely didn’t want that to happen.
Available on vinyl.