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The Maledictions / Press

"NICK CAVE MEETS JOHNNY CASH"

THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

"A dark, orginal slice of Americana"

itunes

"With their Appalacian echoes & imaginative new lyrics, Orton's songs reach straight for the audience"

ST LOUIS POST DISPATCH

"Jars you to the strangeness of this American landscape...Deserted fairgrounds, unlit country roads, sawdust floored barrooms, vandalized cemeteries & overstayed debutante balls..Born of inner necessity"

AMAZON. COM

"The moods & textures of Leonard Cohen, Johnny Cash, Tom Waits & Nick Cave"

ST LOUIS MAGAZINE

“Beautiful Faulkneresque stories set to music"”

CDBABY.COM

"Gothic Americana storytelling, otherwise difficult to decribe"

Radio Mike - Radio Mike (online radio host)

"Think if you will, Leonard Cohen backed by ?And The Mysterians or anyother majorly great Psych Garage band...What The Cramps could've have sounded like if they ever ventured outside their comfortable formula".

Mike Carlucci of Winter Hours - -Subterranean Records

“If Edgar Allen Poe fronted a band, it might sound like this. Gothic skies, missing persons & yearning dirges”

CDBABY.COM

“A sound full of of Furies...Culminating it the almost tone poem sin fever of "Found The Devil". Blackwashing all fences in sight”

AMAZON. COM