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Mcgalligog / Press

“Some kind of strange hybrid of galloping death metal, Irish pagan/folk and neo-classical shred. I was skeptical from the description they emailed me, too, but I really like it! Like what Revocation might have sounded like if they were from Ireland. ”

“You know, once there was a time when all the new bands you were likely to hear were of this quality. Bands had to work hard, polish their songs, rehearse like mad and play every possible gig they could get just to strike a record deal, as the record labels had to be sure investing money into a band wouldn't be a commercial failure... wait. This is a demo? Holy shit.”

“This Irish band did not invent gunpowder, but is doing awfully well in his lively style. We have an opportunity to discover the metal of the country through group members MCGALLIGOG ...”

“Unsurprisingly, the implementation based on any of the melodies which we will call shamelessly direct”

“I dont know just how far the band want to take themselves, but the fact is they have the potential to do A LOT on the basis of this demo. In fact, if they’re as solid live as they are on cd, then they’d utterly kill on a festival lineup”

“I would have to say our drummer is the nutter. We've been to his place only twice as a group, and each time has been crazy. He ended up naked at least twice each time we were there, walking down the mainstreet outside.”

“Luckily for the listener, you don’t get the kind of ‘melodic death metal’ that recent bands have been plugging that sounds more like metalcore than anything else.”

“So yes, diversity, crossover and entertainment are the strong points of this band. So sure, you should check this out.”