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“After a friend of mine continually reminded/bothered me about them, I finally checked them out and, needless to say, was extremely disappointed in myself for not having done so sooner. Thrash, punk, metal - Skull Drug don't give a fuck, they'll play it all. This is as raw and as real as you can get folks.”
"Phoenix metro punk band Skull Drug — besides being one bad ass bowling team — brings all the hard hitting thrash tunes of yester year’s punk rock to every stage they play."
“The upcoming release of your full length BHJ LP is exciting! Never have I heard a more unique sound from a US punk band! You have truly carved a place for yourselves in punk rock history!”
"The best way to describe them is “in your face!” type of punk rock!"
"I recently found myself captivated by Skull Drug's EP, Sensory Overload. It's hard to find real punk rock anymore. So I am so thankful I found this. In Sensory Overload, [producer] Greg Naylor does a great job in production and shows that these guys have more than angst filled fury. It shows a band that keeps that punk rock fire kindled while masterfully blending some metal in there to further penetrate the ear drums. Country and blues are sprinkled here and there showcasing Evan Williams' talent and Wyatt Clark's rythmic versatility. Circle the squares starts off like motorhead, love the agnostic front gruff vocals of Evan Williams. Harmony and guitar talent can be heard in getting high like getting high. The album really summons up the old spirits of old punk rock with all of the grimy, greasiness packed in it. Pick up Skull Drug's new album if you're looking for something to get your boots stomping."