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The Raygun Girls / Press

““The Raygun Girls” offers the listener a gritty, hard as nails concept of apocalyptic doom, brutal invasions and the virtue to rise up and fight for your ultimate survival....The combinations of influences contribute to the complexity and nostalgia that intrigues the listener, mixing unearthly and energetic vibes. To help you envision the rise of a nation to fight the battles with ourselves, our past, politicians, the rich, the beings from another world. A must have!!”

“The Ones I Denied Review Rating: 8/10 ...musicianship is quite good and the instrumentation is fresh, innovative and highly creative, very unlike anything on the market today except maybe The Shiny Toy Guns...a modern rock work of art...if you are a fan of solid, well-written and very well-produced music, you will not want to miss this one, it is good. ”

“Lead vocalist Cila has a strong and often soaring voice, which is heard to good effect on the second track Look At Me. She has a clear and crisp delivery, a good contrast to the tight and layered musicianship.”

“Paranoia - “A classic cliched heavy metal track. Enjoy!””

“...a fan of Hard rock with an underlying Gothic sound in the style of bands such as Evanescence and Lacuna Coil, you need to check out New York band The Raygun Girls and their newest release entitled Dirt Collector! 4 Stars”

“Dirt Collector is a solid release with highlights of industrial progressions, busy rhythms, and thunderous doom laden blast beats. All and all The Raygun Girls is a band to keep your eyes on.”

“...if you're going to open your CD with an audio clip of Christopher Walken threatening to stick a soldering iron in your face, you'd better be able to back up that intensity throughout the CD. The Raygun Girls do just that on "Dirt Collector".”

“In fact lets not be coy here, Put this on and you could actually be listening to Lacuna Coil!!! Its exceptionally close in terms of sound and style, but that's not exactly a negative thing here as the song "Paranoia" is a bone-fide class song.”

“New York hard rock four-piece, The Raygun Girls, are three quarters male, but temper their gnarly, crunching metal with Cila's soaring vocals. The result is an odd mix that's along the lines of Static –X and Lacuna Coil.”