A band ethos or not, in a time where bands are too eager to please and pander to a very predictable popularity, you have to admire Boddickers’ refreshing honesty.
Although only a trio, they’ve made their sound – a waterfall of reverb drenched delayed guitars, bass that effortlessly glides in and out of soulful melody and floor shaking thunder, the bomb-like calm tension and explosive, destroying drum beats, filthy distortion, ethereal synths and emotionally charged vocals – into something that looks unfathomable. There’s so much going on but it’s not in any way too much. It’s complimentary, controlled all combining – capturing every thought and occupying every space, every moment and every nuance. It is no surprise that the group shares comparison with Biffy Clyro, Foo Fighters, Deftones and Tool to name but a few…
The control, dynamic and tightness of the band’s live performances are testament to Boddickers’ regimental and fanatical devotion to their music and their rigorous work
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
Release Date: 2012