Bobaflex Sets Release Date For "Tales From Dirt Town"
West Virginian metal maniacs Bobaflex will follow up their 2005 release "Apologize For Nothing" on October 30 with "Tales From Dirt Town." The 12-track disc was produced and mixed by Russ T. Cobb (Sevendust) and recorded at Bang! Studios in Atlanta.
Expanding on the brutality of their debut, "Tales From Dirt Town" incorporates elements of classic rock shaking up an already schizophrenic sound of heavy riffs and growling to harmonious vocals traded off by the band’s four vocalists. Brutal tracks like “Sellout,” “That Ole Speed”, and “Need A Drink” are met head-on by soaring, almost epic tracks like “Satisfied”, “Savior” and “Home” which will serve as the album’s first single.
In addition to appearing on Gigantour (the band was handpicked by Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine) and a tour with Twizted, and played non-stop gigs around the country over the past 3 years. Bobaflex will again tear up stages with non-stop touring for the remainder of 2007 and all of 2008.
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