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OriginAustin, Texas, United States
Years active2015–present
Associated acts
MembersNate Cross — bass
King Coffey
Craig Clouse

USA/Mexico is a noise rock supergroup from Austin, Texas.


The band has their roots in the Austin, Texas noise rock scene, and features Butthole Surfers drummer, King Coffey, lead singer of Drain, Craig Clouse, and Nate Cross of Marriage on bass.[1][2]

On May 26, 2017, USA/Mexico released their debut album, Laredo.[3] Their second album, Matamoros came out on March 23, 2019.[4]


  • Laredo (2017)
  • Matamoros (2019)


  • Nate Cross — bass
  • King Coffey — drums
  • Craig Clouse — guitar and vocals


  1. ^ Masters, Marc (19 May 2017). ""Possum Trot" USA/Mexico". Pitchfork. Retrieved 5 April 2019. Former Butthole Surfers drummer King Coffey and current Shit and Shine guitarist Craig Clouse both have extensive experience concocting brain-scrambling music. Those histories align in their new noise group USA/Mexico, which also includes bassist Nate Cross.
  2. ^ Curtin, Kevin (1 September 2017). "USA/Mexico Laredo (Riot Season / 12XU)". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 5 April 2019.
  3. ^ Eede, Christian. "Members of Shit & Shine, Butthole Surfers and Marriage come together for one of the noisiest records you'll hear this year". The Quietus. Missing or empty |url= (help)
  4. ^ O'Connor, Andy. "USA/Mexico: Matamoros Album Review". Pitchfork. Retrieved 5 April 2019.

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