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Eighteenth Hour / Press

“Eighteenth Hour's new album "6" represents a culmination of maturity, song craft, and musicanship that far exceeds the band's time together. Slick, tight hooks with soaring melodies to satisfy any rocker!”

A.J. Fritz, WLVR 91.3FM

““Eighteenth Hour has the remarkable ability to put on a kick-ass modern rock show at a large, loud, electric-oriented venue one night and then put on an equally stellar performance at a small acoustic-oriented venue the following night””

Skope Magazine

““Unless you’ve been living under the Hamilton Street bridge for the past three years, you know who Eighteenth Hour is – a four man band from Bethlehem that has racked up more awards than the final installment of the Lord Of The Rings trilogy did at the Academy Awards (including Best Original Band in Pulse Weekly Readers’ Choice poll)."”

Pulse Weekly

"Don't be fooled by the laid-back look of T-shirt and jeans - Eighteenth Hour has a high-octane show to go along with hard-driving rock. Frontman Geoff Houser works the stage with authority while David Zullo rips elastic lightning from his fretboard. The exhilarating thunder stomp produced by drummer Tom Chaffier and bassist Jim Touchton could cause Donald Rumsfeld to designate the city of Bethlehem - the band's home base - a haven for weapons of mass destruction. Judging from audience response, it's a surefire method that promises a hefty harvest."

Morning Call

"10 Bands Not to Miss" "Why they rock: If Bon Jovi and Nickelback spawned a child, it would probably sound a lot like Eighteenth Hour, and that’s a good thing. The band has made a name for itself on the Lehigh Valley music scene with an armful of catchy sing-a-longs and an energetic live show. Its fan base has stretched across the Lehigh Valley and into New York City and Philadelphia. Career highlight(s): Besides taking home WZZO’s coveted Backyard Bands trophy, Eighteenth Hour had two singles resting atop the "Most Requested" charts on VM Radio.com -- ahead of national recording acts such as Foo Fighters, Velvet Revolver, and Silverchair. Pod pick(s): "I’m Gone," "Trainwreck No. 1""

Express Times