“I love music as a fan and a musician, so quitting isn’t much of an option. I think the music industry is changing for the better, people have access to distribute and record their own music and it’s returning to an older time where artists had control over their own work.” – Rod Meyer
Eat Skull was founded in 2005 by Rod Meyer and Rob Enbom after their previous band, the Hospitals, broke up. They meant to start a hardcore band with the name “Eat Skull,” but ended up “writing a bunch of pop songs instead.”
Eat Skull is known for their lo-fi noise-pop that layers pop sounds through fuzzy, distorted effects. Their early influences include the Chills, the Clean, Peter Jeffries, and Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos.
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