Profile: Ross Bradley of GOD ROOT

GOD ROOT (pic courtesy of Dante Torrieri)

If you’ve missed out on Philadelphia’s GOD ROOT, fear not as they will be releasing their second full length, Salt and Rot, next week. Avant-garde, tribal and sludge are but a few things on offer with this new, meticulously crafted album but overall it’s a 33 minute journey into escape and exorcising things you have no control over. And as we all know there is plenty of that in the world. The trick here is in how this album is written and pieced together, one track is ritualistically tribal for a build up of sorts and the next is a sledgehammer of sludge that comes off strangely cathartic. It’s an albums worth of material that is unlike anything you’ve heard but will quickly become something you can’t live without. Ahead of the album’s release we got a chance to ask Ross Bradley (bass/vocals) our set of Profile questions and he was more than generous with his answers so read on to see what he had to say.

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