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Album Review: Godsized – Time


14186For fans of ZZ Top, Down, Clutch, and Led Zeppelin-styled bands, Godsized should be right up your alley.  They employ catchy hooks, clean vocals, and a distinct Southern groove that was instantly likable on their previous EP, Brothers in Arms.  It’s a little ironic since they not even from the Southern US; but based out of London, England.  After that pivotal release, they have been relentlessly touring; carving out a niche of their own, and growing a following of die-hard fans.  Fast-forward a few years (to now) and their long-awaited debut full-length album, Time, is out worldwide.  Did they improve upon what they already accomplished?  Here are my thoughts on the new album and the band’s progression.

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Show Review: Godsized


It’s not too often I get to drive 7-miles to see a show. It’s also not too often that a show is free, but both of those things came to pass last night. That isn’t why I went to see Godsized though. I think I might be one of the few on my humble military base to have previously heard of the British quartet. I went to see Godsized because I remember their awesome set when they opened for Black Label Society last year in Cambridge. Last night they entertained a mostly American audience at Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath (25 Feb)…free to club members. Sweet!

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