Mark J. Panick

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Musician Mark J. Panick has been working professionally since the beginning of the '80s when he was in the band Bonemen of Barumba. During the first half of the '80s, the Bonemen of Barumba released their…
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Musician Mark J. Panick has been working professionally since the beginning of the '80s when he was in the band Bonemen of Barumba. During the first half of the '80s, the Bonemen of Barumba released their first self-titled EP, while their second EP, Driving the Bats Through Jerusalem, and full-length, Icons, came out on the Chicago record label Fever. Panick then moved on to a more techno-influenced project, called Chac Mool, and has worked with a number of other artists, including the Revolting Cocks (he sang backup on "Crackin' Up"), and Nicholas Tremulis (Panick co-wrote his single "King of the Hill").