1985, he founded the Independent band Phillip Boa & The Voodooclub.
With their album Hair and the single Container Love, they experienced a
commercial breakthrough and international recognition in 1989.
Boa's music is influenced by British punk rock and New Wave, its style
swings between pop and avantgarde. A continuous charasteric are the
catchy and melodic choruses, interrupted or alienated by atmospheric
shifts. Thereby the voice of band member Pia Lund and Boa's own throaty
singing contrast diametrically. After his most successful album so far,
Boaphenia (1993), Boa made a deliberate musical cut to focus on a Metal
project. Boa founded the Heavy metal band Voodoocult, consisting of
members Dave Lombardo (drums), Chuck Schuldiner (guitar), Waldemar
Sorychta (guitar), Mille Petrozza (guitar) and himself as vocalist.
The autumn of 2006 saw Boa and his Voodooclub start their Remastered
tour. They consequently only played songs from the three re-published
albums Copperfield, Hair and Hispañola. Moreover, since 2001, they play
two or three annual Christmas concerts at the Leipzig Moritzbastei
fortress. On 3 August 2007, the album Faking to Blend In was released on