Originating in Mason, West Virginia, Bobaflex released their 6th full length studio album Anything That Moves on July 17th, 2015.  It was their 7th overall as an EP was released in 2010.   The band has been on a nonstop tour through 2016 to support the effort.   The band has been on the road for the better part of the year.     This last tour will run November 18th - December 22nd and will be time to hit the studio for their next album.


Anything That Moves has received radio airplay for the first two singles Mama (Don't Take My Drugs Away) and A Spider In The Dark.


The idea of Bobaflex formed back in 1998 between brothers, Shaun and Marty McCoy.  At the time, Shaun was attending Marshall University.  The band built up a local following and by March 2003 everything came together and the band was signed by Eclipse Records to release their first full length album Primitive Epic.   They band went on to TvT Records where they released two albums in Apologize for Nothing (2005) and Tales From Dirt Town (2007).   The label went bankrupt in 2009.


The band decided to go the independent route and started their own label, BFX Records in 2010 in order to control their own destiny.   They released an EP in 2010 called Chemical Valley which started to put them on the map with their song Bury Me With My Guns On and Chemical Valley.   With the exception of a re-recorded version of 2007's HOME, all the songs on the EP would become part of their next full release in 2011 Hell In My Heart which featured 16 songs and their top selling single to date Bury Me With My Guns On and their very popular cover of The Sound Of Silence (Simon-Garfunkel).   The album received physical distribution through Megaforce.


Hell In My Heart was followed in 2013 with Charlatan’s Web which included three radio singles BAD MAN, I'M GLAD YOU'RE DEAD And NEVER COMING BACK.


PHOTOS BY : Jack Fordyce



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