Colossal Boss

Colossal Boss is the best hard drivin' rock band in Seattle, Washington, USA. Big time rock and roll with soul, Colossal Boss is a band to be reckoned with. Rock and roll baby!

New Tunes!

We are wrapping up our new recording this month and we can't wait to share what we've made with you all! Below is one of our original tunes 'Thinkin' Drinkin' that we wrote and performed acoustically. (Steven on harp and vox, Ted on guitar) We're hoping to have a CD release party late summer. In the meantime, we have a few big shows coming up, including another return to the badlands where we will be rocking The Buffalo Chip in Sturgis, SD for the annual motorcycle rally. We will see you all soon!

More Recording

Still banging away at our new recording! It's sounding big! (We like big) Rock and roll is alive and well in Seattle!! thank you Justin Armstrong and Elecktrokitty Studios. 

Fraser and Justin banging one out  

Fraser and Justin banging one out  

Werk! 

Werk! 

Crazy eyes

Crazy eyes

Welcome to the world Adeline

Steven here...just wanted to introduce the newest member of the Colossal family, Adeline. She was born on Feb 19th at 4am. What an amazing gift. We look forward to introducing her to rock and roll! 

We are still chugging along with our newest recording and we hope to have that out this spring. Life is good!

Adeline June

Adeline June

Fraser with the little one  

Fraser with the little one  

Ted with the babe

Ted with the babe

Doin' work

Studio X is just amazing and we have had an absolute blast recording our new music here. Thank you Justin and Reed!  

All three days of tracking went great! We were able to get 6 songs recorded and we even had enough time left over to enjoy a few brews. (Or two) This experience has been amazing. Sharing these walls with the legends of the past has been an honor and we know that the rock gods will be pleased with the tunes we put together on this collection of songs. The gear we used:

Ted, guitars: Paul Reed Smith guitar through an Orange AD30 combo amp

Fraser, bass: Fender Jazz Bass through a Fender Vintage Bassman

Cory, drums: A big ass fucking Ludwig

Steven, vocals, harmonica: Fender Deluxe Combo Amp, and a bunch of microphones

Local producer, Justin Armstrong produced all the tracks. A lot of fun was had and a lot of beer was consumed. Git to WORK!

 

Straight forward, no gimmicks rock n' roll! We have a few more things to record and then we will set this music free into the world!

CB

'No Man's Slave' Music Video

Recorded a little over a year ago, 'No Man's Slave' was our first video for our debut EP. It was an absolute blast to film and we had a bunch of our friends make cameo appearances throughout. It's fun and rowdy, just like us! Thanks to filmmaker Kilii Fish and all of our friends who made this a fun shoot.

It's the story of the pizza man and how he just can't get a break. Everyone along the way messes with him in some way. Our drummer Cory used to deliver pizza and he'd always share his crazy stories with us at band practices. You just never know what's going to happen when they open the door.

The live version of 'No Man's Slave' below was filmed by our friend Mike Martin at The Tractor Tavern in Seattle, WA. It was our first time rocking the joint and we had a blast!

We love rocking live for the good people who just want to have a good time. Ain't nothing wrong with that right!?

We will be recording at Studio X in Seattle, this weekend. We hope to get a new video out soon that will go with our new music to all of you. We will keep you posted!

In Studio Performance with NWCZ

COLOSSAL BOSS in the studio, tune into The True Fidelty Show this Thursday 6-8pm on NWCZRADIO.COM to hear more. ...

Posted by Sherrie Vox Johnson on Monday, November 2, 2015

NWCZ radio out of Tacoma, WA, was kind enough to invite us into the studio and let us jam on our tune, Long Way Down as well as play American Boy and No Man's Slave. We chatted with Darrell and his crew and had a fun time. Thanks Darrell for keeping local music alive! Hear the interview HERE