Last Known Status: Active
Hailing from Stourbridge and surrounding areas, in the time the four piece have been together the buzz around them has become immense. Following the bands first gig at The Rock Café 2000 in April '01, Godsize have gone from strength to strength. So much so in May a CD was recorded due to the high demand surrounding the bands musical prowess.
With comparisons to Raging Speedhorn and Charger rooted, Godsize are more than adamant gigging all over the country to let the kids decide, having laid waste to the majority of venues branding there mark, the band have played with the likes of Calm Insanity, Brutal Deluxe, Kerrang! and Metal Hammer favourites Karmic Jera to name but a few.
2002 shows Godsize aren't afraid of hard work, with wall-to-wall gigs from the outset, taking time out in February to record the follow up to the bootleg demo 'Not Even God Can Save Us' with Paul Sidderns 'Coal Chamber, Napalm Death and Charger fame' at Frameworks, Birmingham. This becomes the bands first professional CD three track self-titled Godsize. Airplay on London's 'Total Rock' Radio followed the hype of the CD, which took up most of the 'unsigned' section in the show
Due to demand August saw the band in the studio once again following up with a four-track CD containing some of the bands most tuned down, heavy although the most exceptional work yet! Promoted by the bands very own 'Metal Fest' (which saw over three hundred pack into the Rock Café, Stourbridge to see the band)
September saw long time bassist Dan Kendrick leave the band and all went quiet in the Godsize camp for a month, after careful selection and consideration Godsize were joined by now bass player Dave (who cut his teeth playing guitar for Brum Stoners 'Sonic Lord') Within a matter of weeks the band emerged new line up, tight and oozing with new material.
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