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"Everyone’s favorite dead and not-rotting fast enough swinging hillbilly from the worst parts of backwoods Kentucky returns to the realm of the living to spread more musical holiday cheer and put smiles on parents faces while terrifying the kids. Just jump on old Uncle Dick’s lap sunny, you won’t feel a thing because neither does he. Dead Dick Hammer, the lovely queen of decomposition Doreen Laveau and the big drum playing beast Doc Kong return with Four-Play by the 8 Track Player. Eleven tracks of swinging, country blues and rockabilly twanged necro-energy drenched in perversion, violence, formaldehyde and whatever sick, twisted, unthinkable crap dirty Dick can come up with. Elvis is back and still looks deader than sh-."
"If you are of less delicate persuasion, however, and enjoy a walk on the dead side, then grab a heapin’ slab of anti-boom-boom music to keep your undead groove going till next Halloween. "
"It’s the most psychotic record you’ve heard in a long time, and a fun ride if you go along with it. Just don’t get in Dead Dick’s van. Follow the van. For the love of God, don’t get in it!"
"Memories are still foggy and I have dream like memories of an older gentleman running around half crazy before the alleged attack and Dead Dick delivering a baby on stage but then again, someone could’ve put Zombie Absinthe in my Coke without me knowing. "
"The music is phenomenal to listen to, but seeing the band live is a whole different experience. I recommend a front standing spot when seeing this ghoulish trio because you never known what kind of stuff you can get thrown out at you."
"Let me say right now that you must see this band live. If I could somehow get the President to make it a national declaration of civic duty, I would. Dead Dick Hammer is the wildest guitarist I’ve seen in years. Imagine Hank Williams with a bit more meat on his bones singing with Glenn Danzig’s voice and shredding a guitar like a golem stitched together from the corpses of Jimi Hendrix and Elmore James."
"I was introduced to the DDH through a friend online via facebook and I Liked what I heard enough to get me to following up on when they would be performing close by, Dead Dick kicked my teeth in at the End in Nashville,TN in Nov AMAZING!"
"Just Heard Dead Dick Hammers EP "WELCOME HOME BABY DOLL"and it rocks with originality and balls that no other bands around here have. Makes me want to hook a hose up to my muffler, breathe hard, head to the dark side to jam with these cats."
"The background will explain what you experience when the boys hit the stage. Not quite fully back to their healthy hues, the zombies, inconsistent with their half-dead look, rock with an energy that can only come from a soul that’s fully alive.They scream, they kneel, they dip, they howl, and they work the crowd to a frenzy"
"This album is something terribly serious. Jesus save your victims!"
"I just got your cd in the mail and my mind is blown,,,track 8? BLACK & BLUE..DAMN MAN.That is my kinda music right there. I seriously cant wait to see you guys live,you made a big fan out of the Hooch,,,"
"It is somewhat of a dirty rockabilly sound that I really enjoy.I can see a great band with a storyline"
"Misfit fans will dig this band,Dead Dick really sounds like Glen on a few tracks"
"These guys are as tight as the 50 ft woman's belt"