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“I sure am glad they assigned me this record to review, ’cause I think the lyrical content would be lost on most other reviewers. Well, over half of their songs are Dungeons and Dragons references. Possibly even more, ’cause it’s very apparent that these guys are way more advanced than I in the role-playing realm. A lot of their subject matter went totally over my head. But it’s not exclusively a D ‘n’ D band — they also have songs about vampires and circle pits. I should also mention that this is a keyboard-driven trash band from Baltimore. So, in the right setting, they could create a gnarly circle pit. Still, the guys are dorks. Serious dorks . . . I could compare they guys to STRIPMALL SEIZURES but without the drug-addled insanity, and instead, an overcaffeinated Mountain Dew freak-out. I can even see a slight DEAD KENNEDYS influence, even though they don’t sound anything like them . . . All in all, I liked the record, and I bet they put on a killer live show.”