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“Angus Mohr, a Denver-based four piece, featured a hard-rock sound focused around traditional Celtic rhythms and pipes. They seemed to channel as much Led Zeppelin and Iron Maiden as Scottish-Irish chants, and the audiences loved it.”
“A tossed salad of punk, Celtic and rock influences, the music doesn't sit neatly in one genre, but picks and chooses what it likes from each. Add to that the Highland backbone and you have a recipe for flavorful music that won't allow you to walk away without experiencing it.”
“Angus Mohr is quite popular all along Colorado's front range, with their energetic and electric interpretations of Highland music... And it's not often you see a rock band wearing kilts. Next time you get a chance to see Angus Mohr, take it.”
“Angus Mohr creates an emotionally charged performance, blending Celtic music with rock, playing original and traditional songs. But there’s nothing traditional about Angus Mohr.”
“Hooray! Highland rock and roll, done very well! This is an album you explore, not just listen to.”