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PAIN! / Press

“The dead is ALIVE and in a very big way. Some PAIN! can hurt so good! This horror punk band from Frederick MD, is most definitely coming to get ya! Bringing the punk scene back to life, with their rockabilly knowhow, horror application, and modern sensibility, this band is definitely a band to keep on your radar. They are absolutely on ours, and we don’t intend to let them out of our sights. Full of wicked laughter and ghoulish delight, we are ecstatic to bring to light the RockRevolt Indie Band of the Week, PAIN!”

“I am really impressed with this album. The clear threads of Blitzkid-love run through the album, and even rear their heads in songs like 'Dancing With The Devil', which may be my favorite track. The band is solid, and plays with sharp precision and passion. Each member seems to love what they are doing, and have a lot of fun tracking this album. And the singer has just the right voice for the band. He never dips to far into Danzig, or a Dracula impression. He stays firmly planted in his own impressive range and power, while only lightly peppering in those influences here and there to remind you that this is horror-punk, and it is proud of it. The song 'True Love Never Dies' is a nice piece that I think needs singling out on the album. The backing vocals are groovy and strong, and the rolling riff will be stuck in my mind for days.”

“I am really impressed with this album. The clear threads of Blitzkid-love run through the album, and even rear their heads in songs like 'Dancing With The Devil', which may be my favorite track. The band is solid, and plays with sharp precision and passion. Each member seems to love what they are doing, and have a lot of fun tracking this album. And the singer has just the right voice for the band. He never dips to far into Danzig, or a Dracula impression. He stays firmly planted in his own impressive range and power, while only lightly peppering in those influences here and there to remind you that this is horror-punk, and it is proud of it. The song 'True Love Never Dies' is a nice piece that I think needs singling out on the album. The backing vocals are groovy and strong, and the rolling riff will be stuck in my mind for days.”

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