“Raw energy is all I can say about Blooddrunk Shenanigans. The bands energy draws the crowd in and makes for a must see live show.”
"If you haven’t had a chance to check out Blooddrunk Shenanigans then I highly recommend it. They are the best punk band I’ve heard in a long time and are a true throw back to what punk is and should be today. Their lead singer, Timmy, is the craziest Aussie I’ve ever met and puts on one hell of a show."
“Blooddrunk Shenanigans are proof that the edge and attitude that defines punk is alive, well and having one hell of a time in 2011. The band has the ability to captivate a crowd and bring them into the party happening on stage.”
“The End is jumping with joy to an excellent choice of tracks from Blooddrunk, including “Let’s Fight,” “LFAGNO,” “Do What We Want,” “Smoke,” “Drunk,” and “Come on Now Everyone.” As a matter of fact, once the chorus comes around for the second time during “Come On Now Everyone”, the crowd seems to suddenly know the words, singing along, “Come on now, everyone, Come on now, everyone. Let’s raise a glass or two. Let’s raise a glass for you!” and toasting each other with their cans and bottles of in-house brew… LOVING EVERY MINUTE OF THIS SHOW so far!!! When their final song is complete, the packed house roars with (well deserved) applause. BloodDrunk Shenanigans had just earned themselves MANY new fans on this night that will not soon be forgotten!”
“The band's name implies intoxication via the metallic red stuff, but the sound is that of pure, trashy beer and whiskey. Blooddrunk Shenanigans are part of a long-standing tradition of drunken UK blokes and the fiery punk they create. Lead singer Timmy Kin has a Shane MacGowan-esque brogue that manages to convey equal parts anger and wry, smirking sarcasm. One gets the impression the band's real intoxication - apart from booze and cigarettes - is chaos. Song after song, Blooddrunk Shenanigans make it clear that the aftermath of the drink ("Let's Fight," "Get Up and Yell," "Let's Rock") is more rewarding than the drink itself. Grab a whiskey, catch ‘em live and slam head-on into your fellow man.”
“The “in your face” stage presence of the vocalist is nothing short of top-notch, while Richard Leverone strums and sings back-up, his cool demeanor seemingly never-ending. He wears his shades throughout their set. He’s the cool, talented, do-it-all guitarist and song writer than many bands would kill for; he sets the tone!”