BOBAFLEX: 'Home' Video Posted Online

November 1, 2007

West Virginian metal maniacs BOBAFLEX have released their video for the song "Home". The clip, which was shot by director Dan Dobi on October 12 before and during the band's concert at Alrosa Villa in Columbus, Ohio, can be viewed below.

"Tales from Dirt Town", BOBAFLEX's follow-up its acclaimed "Apologize for Nothing" CD (2005),came out this past Tuesday (October 30). 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 the group's 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". With Russ Cobb's excellent production bringing out all facets of the band’s sound, "Tales from Dirt Town" proves to be one of the most accomplished heavy rock albums of 2007.

In addition to appearing on Gigantour (the band was handpicked by MEGADETH's Dave Mustaine) and a tour with TWIZTID, BOBAFLEX proved to be one of the hardest working bands in the scene by simply jumping in their van and playing non-stop gigs around the country over the past three years. The band possesses an exceptional live show with members constantly switching instruments and swapping turns on lead vocals.

BOBAFLEX will again tear up stages with non-stop touring for the remainder of 2007 and all of 2008.

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