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Ashestoangels / Press

“…. then I saw eyeliner and lean young bodies, and heard the yowl of guitars. Ashes to Angels are a young and enthusiastic Goth/Rock/Pop band from Bristol, fronted by the charismatic Adam Crilly, who hails from Camberley in Surrey. Very talented, works hard, yells in just the right way. I love dirty Rock bands who look like they just came from a bad party… from what Crilly said, maybe they did. Ranging in age from 18 to 23 ish, this band are young enough to go the distance if Crilly doesn’t burn out – he’s hot with the girls, so I hope he saves some of himself for later. Very impressive, this band are regulars on the local circuit so one to watch. The CD is low down and dirty in the car… watch this space for the review.”

“...when this three piece from Bristol did finally explode onto the stage, they made some fine sounds...”

Leicester Rock Gig Notes

“Escalating from Bristol's graveyard vaults is the Gothic Alternative Metal / Rock quartet Ashestoangels (during the recording it was a trio), visually like Marilyn Manson / Murderdolls, lyrically like Evanescence and musically like Ashestoangels, the four male musicians equally could be contrasted to The Rasmus in the Gothic sense and Nine Inch Nails in the industrial and electro-influences, none the less Ashestoangels are yet to make themselves known nationwide, but with this release they deserve to be, such careful skill and emotions have been loaded onto 10 tracks totalling 46 minutes of the best of British alternative Gothic music, it is as Ashestoangels have put it, the 'Most Beautiful Things Are Dead'”

“'one of a kind. fast, energetic, aggressive, and melodic. They have energy, a raw and rebellious air of supremacy. There is not many bands who can match their live show. The energy and passion they put into every song on stage is contagious, leaking into the crowd and bringing the room to life.'”


“'With my Heart & Soul firmly in the Acoustic Music Genre I've questioned myself on many occasions why I like the music of 'Ashes To Angels'! 'I still have no answer'!!!”

'Mark Venus' {Viper Music} 2009 - www.vipermusic.co.uk