Introducing Meatbodies

Meatbodies, formerly known as Chad and the Meatbodies, have re-formed to bring a sample of their return to your musical consciousness. In almost every way, the band certainly fight to absolutely remain within your cerebral cortex with a sophisticated psychadelic rock tune by the name of Tremmors.

You may recognise the frontman as the bass player for the Fuzz. Both bands are grungy garage rock outfits hailing from California.


Meatbodies have a track that’s jam-packed with all these different rock genres – you just know you’ll have a pretty full-on experience.

Tremmors is a mealey rock track, which essentially takes no prisoners. Forget the term ‘obeying the riff’ – get down on your fucking knees and praise the damn thing. If you’re a fan of tracks which generally is an almost inward look at all other rock tracks in it genre aka psychadelic, hard rock, then is probably for you.

Meatbodies capture Flaming Lips melodies and vocals accompanied by a booming bass. The track does seem to stammer in certain parts where the tempo quickly changes, but this is a common musical device used in psychedelic rock which seems to starting to creep back out at us music lovers from a corner. In fact, never has it been more clear that psychedelic rock can soon begin to make it’s own individual markings on concerted 21st century rock lovers.

Tip your cap and your beer to Meatbodies while you pray that sunlight never dawns or at least not for the next few hours. Tremmors makes friends with so many different genres that it would be easy to imagine it in most settings except for your Nanna’s garden party.

Tremmors was released in the lead up to the band’s upcoming self-titled album on October 14th which we’ll be most anticipating.



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