Birthed from the ashes of Springfield, MO underground rock band GrassCanon (a band that played shows from 2001 to 2003, including radio supported concerts at the Juke Joint (now under new ownership as The Rockwell) and Burgundy Room, and performed live acoustic material on a major radio station, KTOZ-FM 95.5), BODISARTHA's aggressive brand of alternative punk rock has drawn comparisons to the Pixies, Queens of the Stone Age, and Nirvana while maintaining a degree of honesty and danger seldom seen in the age of corporate rock. After numerous lineup changes and relocating to Kansas City, BODISARTHA eagerly anticipates introducing their new songs to fresh ears.
BODISARTHAâ€™s bare bones approach aims to break bones with infectious melodies and ferocious attack. Going for raw emotional release, singer Josh Thomas screams the paint off the walls and howls mad punk hymns to disaffected suburbanites everywhere. Piatt's powerful drum battering and Bret's melodic sensibility on bass create a sound The Pitch calls "both noisy and melodic". Give BODISARTHA a chance, you won't be bored.
tour dates and lyrics at bodisartha.com
Check out the artist's website:
1. All Information Is Everywhere
2. Is It a Gay?
3. Desert God
4. No Wind
5. Leave That Over There
7. So Nice Being Warm
8. Like a Virus
9. Manufacturing Dissent
12. Stare At One Thing