““So, Sons of Guns IV – the latest installment in the annual new bands compilation I sling together for Classic every year – is in the proverbial can. It’s a blazer. It rocks so hard it’s almost terrifying. Even I’m impressed. But, you know, there’s only so many slots available each year for such an event, so there’s always a few bands I would have liked to include but wasn’t able to. Juliet’s Vice is one of ‘em. Imagine a seriously reckless, punk-fried, ham-fisted, flunked-out-of-the-8th grade Erotics and you’ve got these snotty Philly hustlers. What I like about this band, and in particular Dan Parsels, is that they just seem capable of anything. If you like what you’ve heard, visit them at their MySpace page and pick up a copy. - Sleaze ””
Classic Rock Magazine
"Juliet's Vice is one such band that oozes sleaze with a Fuck You attitude whose album D.G.A.F is right down my dimly lit rape alley. Songs like Concrete Jungle have a great early era Slash sound on guitar with an Adler like frantic drum beat. The dueling Ramones-esque vocals provide a layer of brotherhood to the music...by that I mean once you learn the lyrics you could conceivably sing along and feel like you are in brotherhood. D.G.A.F reminds me so much of Guns N' Roses Out Ta Get Me in guitar part only. D.G.A.F. is a great lead track off this album because it had so many hints of the classic Glam and sleaze scenes of the 80s, yet brought a punk sensibility to it. Twas also the song that remained with me hours after listening to the album."”
Blogs n Roses
"their music sounds like a cross between mid-period Motley Crue and a strip club brawl. Authentically nasty business."
Classic Rock Magazine
““Yes, yes, yes!!! What a fantastic f*cking disc. These four guys out of New Jersey put the R in Rock, Radical, and Rejuvenating. Yes it's very rejuvenating to hear something worth a listen. All eight songs on this disc are catchy and amazing. There is no filler on this record whatsoever. The vibe jumps off the speakers into your body with an electricity that makes you feel you're in front of the stage. The attitude of this record just slaps you right in the face. You can just feel the intensity coming from all of the band members listening to this. The music, the cover, the lyrics, vocals, guitar-riffs, drums... everything is a masterpiece! My personal favorite on the disc is the title track "d.g.a.f." As it goes "I don't give a damn about you, I don't give a shit!...I don't give a f*ck about you anymore!" If these guys don't get signed to a major label very, very soon, then the world will end in 2012. People open your ears and hear these guys. You'll love 'em.””
"Every song is pitch perfect -- there is no filler here... NONE! The rhythm section switch between this CD and the band's 2009 debut Decadence & Romance must have given Juliet's Vice the kick they needed because the haunting "Subliminal Seduction", the sleazy "Lost Little Angel" and the guitar riff in the title track are all great. If you're looking for bands to compare Juliet's Vice with, my take was/is Bang Tango meets New American Shame. There are obviously heavy nods to early (emphasis on EARLY) Guns N' Roses, L.A. Guns and Motley Crue, but I also hear and feel a heavy dose, especially in the attitude and musicianship, to Warrior Soul (think "Punk And Belligerent"). The band itself has a pretty good pedigree already, playing in some fairly well known bands, but I won't drop names today, just do a quick search and you'll see that they've earned their stripes and certainly deserve a little appreciation for their efforts and contributions to the sleaze rock genre."
"Taking their cues from Appetite-era Guns ‘N Roses, this Philly-based band is propelled along on the strength of some powerful guitars that punch out one dirty riff after another. The band takes you on a swift, raunchy, profanity-spewing rampage of decadence orchestrated by musicians good enough to deserve better than indie status. Highlights include “Lost Little Angel” which sees the bass and drums locked together in perfect tandem to lay down a head-banging rhythm and one of the best chorus hooks on the album. “Good 4 Nothin’” is the kind of catchy rock ditty that bands have been tossing out since time immemorial, this one sports a guitar riff so good you would have to hammer nails through your feet to keep them from moving. The title track, “d.g.a.f.” perfectly sums up the band’s fist-in-your-face attitude. Juliet’s Vice is on a mission to remind us of a time when the rock ‘n’ roll realm was defined by bad things: bad attitude, bad boys, bad words,bad behavio
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