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““"Blood And Red Wine" and "Tijuana Werewolf" reprise the Al Di Meola-goes-metal vibe from Candle. The approaches to melody, rhythm and picking in these compositions are apparent in that regard and thoroughly enjoyable.” “… this is a band of many shades and shapes. A fondness for heavy fusion, classic metal or hard rock, or all three, can be addressed within the context of Blood And Red Wine.” ” Elias Granillo Jr. - Prognaut ““… superb high quality Progressive Rock/Progmetal that can easily compete with the instrumental parts of let’s say RUSH and DREAM THEATER.” “…who knows the CD of this little band from Las Vegas might end up as the finest instrumental album of 2011!” ” Gabor Kleinblossem - Strutter Magazine ““ … it’s liquid fire” ” Teller - Penn and Teller "They shred, they swing, they pen epic jams about warring hydras: Hard rockin' instrumental quartet Dinner Music for the Gods is a band you need to know about. So pull up a chair ..." Jason Bracelin - Las Vegas Review Journal “the quartet's instrumental work was a pleasant surprise. It carefully mixes world music (Flamenco and other Latin influences come out in spades on the track "Crushed Velvet") with straight-up metal guitar soloing -- and we mean soloing, not just shredding (even though guitarists Andy Heilman and Darrin Pappa can handle that, too, as heard on "99 Octane").” Max Plenke - Las Vegas City Life