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Johnny Horne / Press

“Quality Music!”

David Sanders - Universal Music Group, New York, US

“Eat the Slug puts you right smack dab in the early 90’s Seattle scene, where Nirvana and Sonic Youth collide.”

Andrew - The Borden Asylum

“Johnny Horne’s recordings sound good, but live it’s even better. It is like being hit by a wall of amazing sound!”

Jorge Balaguer - The Pig&Whistle

“100% punk certified! If the Cramps got together with Hole we’d have Nancy. Naughty but nice! Memorable tune.”

Janice Frisch - FrischRam Productions, Alberta, Canada

“It’s like Uriah Heep kinda mixed with the Screaming Trees. Good stuff. Rock on!”

Ghostrain Music, Atlanta, US