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Sons Of The Radio / Press

“It’s only a matter of time before they conquer the world.”

“I will be bragging that I was listening to them since before they were signed.”

"[Get It In] has a contagious riff to it that definitely sticks in your head."

“Sons Of The Radio’s signature sound is built on rock solid drum/bass foundations, soaring guitars, and crystal clear vocals. The album is downright catchy throughout, and impossible to sit still through.”

"SoTR was a great live act....The four piece band demonstrates a lot of creativity and versatility."

“Sons of the Radio have created an album that really showcases what a strong rock album should be. The songs are well written. There is plenty of great musicianship on Heartstrings & Heresies but it doesn’t get in the way of the songs.”

"Sons of the Radio nailed it & their set was good, the sound was clean, you could hear all the vocals, the band's songs have solid grooves that make them songs you can move to..."

"Sons of the Radio were about to go on, and the place was roaring for them. Actually, throughout all the previous sets, the place was packed. Everyone wanted to be front and center to see SotR, so there was a good bit of pushing, shoving and "Get the hell out of my way" going on when "Excuse me" didn't suffice. Can't say I blame people. SotR is just a great band all around."

"Definitely a unique fit for a Misfits show, but that didn’t stop the boys from rocking out, and getting all the punks and fiends in the audience to jam out to their style of rock and roll. The band definitely had great chemistry on stage, and had the vibe of a rock and roll band who loved to have fun, and give their audience a great time, and they didn’t disappoint."

"This album appeals to me on many levels, and I expect it to remain in my playlist for a long time to come."

"Kudos to Sons of the Radio for giving the Maryland area some great original rock tunes!"

“Heartstrings & Heresies is the self-released debut album by Sons Of The Radio, and if this is anything to judge by, this is definitely a band to watch as the future approaches....Their music is as timeless as it is Rockin’!”

"SotR delivered a powerful performance to say the very least. [They] were determined to give us a great show. With smiles on their faces and a lot of love in their hearts, that's just what they did. These guys never cease to amaze me."

"[Heartstring's & Heresies] as whole is a really good rock and roll record."

"I listened to the CD for the first time yesterday. Then I listened to it a second time, and a third time. And I listened to it again today. If you haven't figured it out by now, Jimmy (drums), Richie (bass), Gomez (vocals) and Mike (Guitars) have created a pretty damn good album."

“Sons of the Radio's "Heartstrings & Heresies" is a rock n roll reaction to love, loss & life; the band writes anthemic rock songs that push full steam ahead!”

“SOTR don't play when it comes to delivery, whether it's musically, lyrically or otherwise. Emotional guitar work, Zeppelin influenced perhaps with the straight ahead Rock and Roll sound evidenced on "Dreams In The Rain" that is SOTR trademark, close your eyes and imagine. These guys are Rock and Roll, they live it, write about it and perform it with an intensity that other bands could only imagine, they're the real deal.”

“What I like best about The Delicate Machinery is the range that Sons of the Radio show. It keeps this album sounding fresh from start to finish....Four Stars”

“The Delicate Machinery is the excellent sophomore album from Sons of the Radio. This adrenaline-infused album combines a fun mix of catchy musicianship and inspiring lyrics, and blurs the lines between Alternative and Metal”

“This is definitely one of the best self released rock records from an unsigned Maryland band!”

“Sons of the Radio have stepped up things with “The Delicate Machinery” and they have redefined who/what they are...the highs are higher while the lowers are deeper and I’m impressed with the bands musical evolution!”