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"Great mid-tempo, pissed-off punk rock. I don’t know what else to say. If you like U.S. Bombs, the Pistols or The (Canadian) Subhumans, then you’d really like Piss n’ Blood."
“Killer old school sound.”
“Fuckin classic. Rad logo rad tunes”
“Glad to have these guys bring a healthy eff it all attitude to Musicpage! No wonder whey they made band of the day. Now go eff yourselves!”
“Great Music !”
“Fuckin' Brilliant - I LOVE this - made my day - took me back, forwards and sideways. Ta very much!”
“Decent Stuff Fellas!”
“Sick sound! loove It :) Music lives on!”
“You guys play real Punk Rock 'N' Roll!”
“Kick Ass Funkin Punk. It is what I miss most about living on the west coast. The good live music I heard every single day. ”
“Damn. I am pleasantly surprised by PISS N’ BLOOD! I have to be honest and admit that I wasn’t expecting much from a somewhat cliché looking CD package. But you know what? In this case all the clichés are perfect and work in this bands favor! Nothing on this is particularly unique or original, but it’s done perfectly! There isn’t a lot of info with the actual CD, but they have a great website, and from what I see on there, they’re from Orange County, CA (which makes total sense now, listening to this) and while none of the members have been in any notable bands from what I can tell, they’ve all been in a slew of bands. So obviously, they’ve put in the time to be this good! The Strongest comparison that I can make on a lot of the songs is that they really, really remind me of Forgotten Rebels, both musically and lyrically and especially vocally! (ML) (self-released)”
“Piss N’ Blood brought everything back to where it was supposed to be; punk, ugly, angry, and real. These four steady rockers from Orange, CA must have been baptized in unholy water blessed by the notorious Johnny Rotten himself. If the U.S. had created the Sex Pistols first, it would have sounded like this; pissed-off, anthemic, and scathingly socially-critical. Everything this band did was truly solid, heavy, and infectious. Lead guitarist Mosavian put the crunchy chords exactly where they needed to go, and when he dropped back for a fill, the riffs would have made Steve Jones proud. I think I heard a little Gregg Ginn (Black Flag, Gone, HOR, etc.) in the leads as well to go along with his own brand of precisely presented punk. Don’t get the impression Piss N’ Blood is some copycat band. No; far from it. The influences are strong and distinct, but PNB still gives everything its own distinctive old-school sneer with their feet firmly planted in the present.”
“A brand new release by Piss N' Blood who are a tight action packed Orange County band... They are hard working and dedicated to what they do and it pays off with this CD...Ron Anger and all the guys deserve all the accolades they are receiving....”
“These four steady rockers from Orange,CA must have been baptized in unholy water blessed by the notorious Johnny Rotten himself. If the U.S. had created the Sex Pistols first, it would have sounded like this; pissed-off, anthemic, and scathingly socially-critical. Everything this band did was truly solid, heavy, and infectious. Lead guitarist Mosavian put the crunchy chords exactly where they needed to go, and when he dropped back for a fill, the riffs would have made Steve Jones proud “That singer reminds me of Billy Bones” said my lovingly-annoying friend Cathy. “You mean spastically intense and in your face? Yeah, he is, but he’s got his own thing going” I told her. Don’t get the impression Piss N’ Blood is some copycat band. No; far from it. The influences are strong and distinct, but PNB still gives everything its own distinctive old-school sneer with their feet firmly planted in the present.”
“I have been waiting for quite a while to catch Piss N’ Blood live. They mainly have been gigging in Orange County, Long Beach and other surrounding areas, Hollywood shows have been few and far between and somehow I keep missing them. Not this time fuckers. ”
"There are some truly talented bands playing the clubs at the moment and of these bands, one springs to mind as being at the pinnacle.
“Piss N’ Blood is an Orange County punk band full of piss and vinegar. Ron Anger (vocals/rhythm guitar) and Cameron Mosavian (lead guitar) play real rock with the attitude to match. With the addition of D.J. Lara (Bass) and drummer, P.J. (Parker Johnston) Piss N’ Blood are poised to combat what they consider the new American values. Check out what the core team, Ron Anger and Cameron Mosavian, had to say to Skratch Magazine.”
“Fucking A! Piss N’ Blood has had enough. Ripping to shred bullshit at large, their ace back to back smack in the mouth Treason single is a rumble waiting to happen. Making me just wanna spit and scratch, “Treason” is an expose of corruption, political hodgepodge and selling out of the American dream. Early Brit swagger ala Rotten and Orange Curtain skate live in this classic punk and punch. Ron Anger spews it like it is, don’t like it, fuck you. A wake up call for today’s youth. Oh fuck yes, “24 Hour Machine” has a battered beat and Crash attitude. Meat puppets beware, Piss N’ Blood gonna set you free. Get off the couch and get angry. The guitar bit between banter is so fucking addictive, I have to fire up the Marshall and jack it now. Makes me wanna dust off the old Doc’s and hit Oki Dogs. ”
“Maneuvered by rock and roll forces beyond my fucking control, I woke with a nasty and plugged in F.T.W. and let it rip. Pissed off and wanting to blow some steamy, I needed it good, and low and fucking behold, I got it! F.T.W. isn’t weighed down by studio wizardry. F.T.W. isn’t over produced to the point of puke. Thank the Gods! F.T.W. is a full on punk rock erection of twelve cuts that really do capture the ferociousness of a live Piss N’ Blood show. You can feel Ron Anger spew venom in your face on every track. You get cut to the quick by Cam’s razor sharp guitar. It brings on Mike Betancourt’s bad ass rumble and Parker Johnston’s earth shattering plummet. It’s fucking incredible. All the hits are here, which is pretty much every fucking song. Channeling ’77, DIY, The O.C., and not-so-politically-correct attitudes, I personally guarantee if you love punk, you will love F.T.W. If you love jumping up and down, getting your ass kicked, puking in the gutter... (continue”
“The band I most wanted to see that evening was Piss 'N' Blood. Having previously seen PNB open for The Dickies, I was really looking forward to hearing some more steady-driving, hard-hitting, punk 'n' roll from this impressive Orange County foursome. For some goofy reason, PNB was moved to a much earlier time slot and had to play second. The annoyance served vocalist Ron Anger well, as he merely absorbed it into his sneering, energetic performance. Piss 'N' Blood ain't no kid band. They are four, well-seasoned punk rockers who know how to craft socially-conscious and critical songs that are just as enjoyable as they are scathing. More than a week later, the infectiously-piercing song "24-Hour Machine" is still happily playing non-stop in my mind. Don't know who played before them (sorry), but PNB brought the almost-empty Legion Hall to life and started the fire started that burned all night. Songs like "GI Junkie" and "Beautiful Losers" seemed to make dozens of people... (continued)...”
“Please forgive me for I have made a terrible mistake. There has been a handful of shows that Piss N' Blood has played that Ive been at and what the hell! How could I have passed on watching them? I was skeptical about this band and, but this album is great. I right away thought of the Sex Pistols, but better. It's pissed off, melodic, punk rock n roll. With songs about the media, politics, drug abuse, punk rock, and everything that goes on in this world, "FTW" has a strong sound from start to finish. One of my favorites on here is "Piss N' Blood". I'm usually not too crazy about songs that are named after the bands name, but they nailed it. Another one was "Beautiful Losers", talking about being punk rock! I'm sure most people reading this know what it feels like to be stared at funny because of the way you look but, still not care...(continued) ...”
“Debut release from this California four-piece. Singer Ron Anger was in Lost Cause back in the 1980s. Here we get a strict ration of Stooges/Dolls/Pistols playing. There is even a Stooges cover tacked onto the end. If you like any of those bands, more than likely this will be up your alley. Solid playing and intense lyrics. The spirit of ‘70s punk is alive and well here. Don’t miss out!”