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New Jacobin Club / Press

“a gloriously black exercise in dark psychedelia”

The BCFM Sunday Rock Show Review (UK)

“…romps with a breath that is vibrant and refreshing.”

Ringmaster Review (UK)

“Energizing and engaging!”

PureGrain Audio (USA)

“…straight out of the Glenn Danzig (Misfits era) tradition - though much more engaging than Danzig ever was… If you ever wondered what Gwar's interpretation of The Rocky Horror Picture Show might be like, The New Jacobin Club has your answer.”

Harvest Moon Music (USA)

“it is no surprise as they place themselves somewhere between Cirque du Soleil and Gwar - that is somewhere between sweet and ludicrous - but actually there are no comparisons…”

Lords of Metal (Netherlands)

“..beautiful orchestrations and frightening theremin passages…it’s worth a visit. ”

Rock Classiques (Canada)

“..worthy of a listen, if only to fuel your desire to see their amazing live show which may change the way you see music forever.”

BC Musician (Canada)

“A New Jacobin Club album is a patchwork Frankenstein of diverse influences, dueling guitars, enormous synths, pounding drums and bass, and most important, what really sets it apart—incredible musicianship.”

Planet S (Canada)

“Marilyn Manson gone 80s”

Battlehelm (USA)

"On a theatrical level, few can match The New Jacobin Club with their live presentation…with This Treason, the band has certainly written some solid tunes, all of which can be enjoyed on their own… easily their most accomplished effort to date"

Blistering (USA)

“Fiery and imposing while still retaining a degree of intelligence and fore-thought.”

Exclaim! (Canada)

“Somewhere between the realms of mid-era Judas Priest in a straightforward rock/metal style and newer era Misfits vocally and visually.”

Metal Maniacs (USA)

“..strong guitars and a hook around every corner”

Deathrock.com

“..have managed to carve out a niche for themselves in the world of heavy metal music taking off where the Misfits stopped.”

Mote

“A perfect death”

Maximum Rock’n Roll

“..unexpected directions,…clever mixtures of styles and an honest kick-ass lovely attitude, it’s feel good music for several occasions.”

Nephilius