'The songs on Soup Bone's debut are crawling tarantulas, haunting and unignorable in presence, memorable in form. Their unnerving honesty and close-to-home subject matter will make you squirm with uneasiness (a good squirmy), each a mini film which perfectly captures a separate sliver of the human condition'. -Martin England Showcase Magazine 'these guys are making a dark kind of coffeehouse rock, a strangely unique sound that seems like what a Sap-era Alice In Chains would be doing had they gone on a serious Tom Jones bender'. -Jamie Perkins Spotlight Magazine Throw away any pre-conceived misconceptions about Rock/Metal not being able to co-habitate with acoustic instruments. The Soupbone Throne lays those arguments to rest. With a genre-defying sound, and dark, mysterious, lyrical content, the band proves that when it comes to their music, they follow no rules, and take no prisoners. Hailing from the Seacoast area of New Hampshire, where their shows have reached legendary status, the band is rapidly conquering the rest of New England. Performances at the 2004 Mill City Festival in NH, The prestigious Middle East Nightclub in Cambridge, MA, Geno's in Portland,ME, the home of leather clad Rock n' Rollers, and Copperfield's at Fenway Park in Boston,MA, among many, many other shows, have only cemented the bands reputation as excellent songcrafters, brilliant musicians,and fantastic showmen. The Soupbone Throne's music can be heard on radio stations nationwide, such as WXRV-FM in MA, WBRS-FM in MA, SNHU in NH, WBCN-FM in MA, to CD101 in Columbus, OH, and even as far away as Hawaii, where they are becoming staples on KKCR-FM. They have recently reached the milestone of having one of the songs on their debut CD reach #20 on Amazon.com's Hot 200 Downloads list. With Coby Dodd on Vocals,patrolling the stage like a caged panther, the fluid guitar playing of Cary Dodd, the hyper-active, groove inducing chops of Bassist Adam Horr, and the ever -steady, ever- ready, Travis Barton on percussion, The Soupbone Throne has indeed begun to, as Jamie Perkins of Spotlight Magazine states in his review, '... build their kingdom, misanthropic and dark as it may be'. Reviews of The Soupbone Throne's debut CD are universally incredible, with Music4Life calling the band 'The Next Big Thing', 'Great Energy...Great Vibe!' cited The Noise-Boston, Bob Donovan, editor of Northeast Intune magazine stated ' These guys are GREAT! For Real!', and the list goes on and on. Jam Magazine gave the CD 9 1/2 out of 11 stars, and Showcase Magazine's Martin England called the band ' ...a clean, raw, powerful lot...sure to spot this quartet squarely among the ranks of local giants'. The Soupbone Throne's addictive grooves will get your toes tapping, and their lyrics are bound to entrance you. Sit back and relax...just don't get too comfortable. Welcome to the world of 'THE SOUPBONE THRONE.