Meatbodies return ascending toward ground
level. A “heavy-pop” concept, metal on molly. Chad Ubovich,
Patrick Nolan, and Kevin Boog step out in new
form, soaring through diverse stories, tones, and characters.
Dancing between quiet and loud, funk and doom, pop and
noise. Their message preached is celestial and deafening, a
sacred scripture for today’s world: a warbling rhodes piano,
a liquifying electric guitar, a ghostly synthesizer skating
across the sands of a twelve-stringed acoustic.
The band digs deep into the rich soils of Earth to reveal
the chaotic sensual vibrations underneath the fields we
walk upon. Connecting our limbs, our mouths, our consciousness
to the microcosms of the grime, all while being
lit by black light. Captured wriggling and alive in San Francisco
by Ubovich and Eric Bauer at The Bauer Mansion,
this album is a step in the right direction, a new direction, a
new way of thinking.
Watching the futures, watching the world burn.