The raucous good time Tacoma punkers of C.F.A. (Cody Foster Army) have announced that the third in a series of four videos from the massively hailed Ripple Music debut album, "Managed By The Devil, Brought To You By The Grace Of God."
Known for their unpredictable, crazy stage antics, personalities, and banter, CFA bring their trademarked outrageousness to the new video along with their incendiary brand of punkified stoner rock. Ramrodding a hardcore sensibility into the otherwise rather subdued world of stoner rock, CFA have crafted a whole new genre, known around the world as Stonercore.
The always controversial CFA have made the video for "Built Up, Knocked Down," available through the dynamic Ripple Music YouTube Channel, Grooves and Ripples, which also is the home to the two prior nutcase videos, "Sons of the Soil," and "Kick Rocks." This Video was Cody's concept. CFA did all the filming and lighting. Killiam Lord did all the editing and visual effects. All of this was shot in CFA's lair otherwise known as the Bro-Op.
All three blistering snorts of stonercore can both be found on C.F.A.'s debut Ripple Music release, Managed By The Devil, Brought To You By The Grace Of God. Produced and engineered by heavy rock legend, Tony Reed (Stone Axe, Mos Generator), the debut can be found at the Ripple Music online store (www.ripple-music.com) and Ripple's digital Bandcamp store (www.ripplemusic.bandcamp.com) Nail Distribution, Code 7, and Clearspot International. "Built Up, Knocked Down" originally made it's debut on the Free Ripple Sampler Album, The Ripple Effect Presents: Head Music, along with 22 other tracks of groovified, riff-mad heaviness.
Formed in 2008, the Tacoma, Washington trio of Cody Foster, Dave "Reno" Maerseillan, and David Takata took a lifetime of musical influences and put their talents together to create C.F.A, a stoner-fied take on unabashed rock n' roll and punk. Being influenced by the last three decades of music, C.F.A. is the missing link connecting those eras of music. The band honed their collective chops through unrelenting gigging and incendiary live performances.
As the new video makes clear, C.F.A remind us that rock-n-roll is carefree, tumultuous, and above all . . . fun!