January 21, 2012
So things have been mighty quiet in these parts. It never helps when two guys start going back to school, others of us have been working near infinite hours, and one of us expands the band family by expanding his real family. All that adds up to a lot of chatter on the internet as we wait for Palindromes to become real on vinyl in the coming months and then we’ll be playing shows to make it count. Until then, here’s a video from our gig at Precinct in Somerville back in September.
April 26, 2010
It seems like it’s been ages since we’ve been on stage at the venue where we made our debut, but with some DC folks looking for a gig, we’ve got it lined up…
Download 06/01 CBOP Flyer here
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
CBOP, Moon Pie, Space Tigers, Turtle Ambulance
345 Somerville Ave, Somervile MA
March 30, 2009
We’re playing next Wednesday at O’Briens in Allston, and Tim Burns from Portland, ME’s Phantom Buffalo designed this poster for the night. If you want/need a really hi-res version, you can download one.
March 29, 2009
A track from our long-awaited double disc offering First Annual North Falmouh Organ Slaughter is available on a brand new complilation of local Boston bands. The collection, Winter Is Cold, was curated by Nick and Mike from Clawjob. For those of you not lucky enough to stumble onto one of the 1000 copies floating around town, you can just download the whole thing instead.
The track they used of ours is a short ditty called “A Beginning” which is set to be the opening track of the second disc of the album.
March 28, 2009
As a reward for you checking out our page while we’re still cleaning it up and taking it out of Beta, there is a free download of the latest disc, Light The Day On Fire. If you go over to the recordings page and click on the album cover, you’ll be sent to a SendSpace link that contains a .zip file of the whole record in 192kbps mp3s.