BOBAFLEX!! “Eloquent Demons” CD Release Party – Newport Music Hall – August 25th @ 6pm

Hometown CD Release Party


Originally out of Mason, West Virginia, Bobaflex now calls Columbus their home. So, it is very fitting that they release their 8th studio album Eloquent Demons in front of their loyal hometown fans on Friday, August 25th, 2017 at the iconic and historical Newport Music Hall, 1722 N. High St, Columbus OH, 43201. Doors open at 6pm. The show is presented by 99.7 The Blitz. Supporting Bobaflex will be Columbus favorite, and band on the rise, Dread Engine. The bill also features Liquid6Teen and Lovesick Radio.

The love for Bobaflex is not just fan based. Recently I was discussing the upcoming show with Dread Engine front man Sam Stockdale , he remarked: “All of us at Dread Engine feel blessed to have been chosen to perform with Bobaflex once again in support of their new album. Flex has taught us so much about how to navigate this industry and have equally matched that education with complete professionalism and kindness at every encounter. This is simply nothing short of an honor for us and we can’t wait to see everyone from the stage!”

The Rust Belt Chronicles will be covering the show. If you see me (Mac) and our photographer/founder Jim Carver, stop and say hi. Stay tuned after for a complete review of the show that may reveal a few surprises. So Thick Rick from the Blitz tells me!!

The release party centers around Eloquent Demons, the follow up to 2015’s Anything That Moves, which produced hits “Mama (Don’t Take My Drugs Away) and “Spider in the Dark”. Bobaflex is one of the hardest working bands on tour today, grinding out over 250 shows to support their last album, and we expect them turn it up a notch with Eloquent Demons.

“Long Time Coming”

Martin McCoy – Bobaflex

While writing this piece, I went to the bands home page: to watched their video for “Long Time Coming” (see below), the first cut to be released from Eloquent Demons. I was groovin so much to the tune, I kept it on loop in the back ground as I wrote. It is the kind of song I like to roll the windows down while I’m cruisin and listen to at max volume. The song went straight to what I term as my “Bad Ass” playlist. I expect this song will be heavy rotation in the coming months on hard rock stations across the nation.

If you have never seen Bobaflex live, go now to Ticketmaster or PromoWest to purchase them. You won’t regret it. Bobaflex pulls no punches when it comes to rock and roll. Their live show is right up their with any national act on tour today and they work hard to deliver on the price of your ticket and more. Flat out, this band rocks the house in the tradition of bands like Motorhead and Thin Lizzy from back in the day, and future writers will surely compare the next up and coming band down the road to them.

The Rust Belt Chronicles looks forward to seeing you and “Flex” along with our friends from Dread Engine. We also look forward to meeting and checking out Liquid6Teen and Lovesick Radio. This show is going to be the talk of Cbus for some time. Don’t miss out! See ya there!


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Today Mac lives in Dublin, OH. The father of a 19-year-old son, he works as a Home Improvement contractor, but his first love remains music. Mac can be found at many Rock Shows in the Central Ohio area and always looks for forward to the annual Rock on the Range music festival each May at Mapfre Stadium in Columbus.

On his play list today you find a very diverse lineup on Mac’s playlist. From the Jazz Fusion of Al Di Meola, the Ambient sound of Michael Conn, the beauty of Miranda Lambert to KORN, RATM, The Beastie Boys, Shinedown, Red Sun Rising, Stone Sour, Amon Amarth to Lady GaGa, Mac loves a wide range of music and continues to listen to the classics while leaving a wide-open mind to recent music

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