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Waiting for Signal / Press

“...This is the way that music in itself needs to be heard and is what has been missing from the mainstream cookie cutter rock acts which have been on the rise in popular music. ”

“Waiting for Signal treads in riffy, glossy, darkly tinted hard rock...and they know how to translate that into a radio-ready record. The EP's strongest track is the opener, "Sign of the Times," which recalls Queens of the Stone Age and Muse with its taut riffs and king-sized chorus.”

“Kansas City's Waiting for Signal is still a new commodity on the local scene. But the group's debut, The Catastrophe EP, has some attention-getting moments that prove these four fellows are hardly fresh-faced when it comes to adrenalized rock music in the vein of Shiner and Season to Risk.”

“Drawing inspiration from Queens of the Stone Age, Interpol, Failure, Dredg, and KC heroes Shiner and Season to Risk, Waiting for Signal bolsters their songs with thick, chunky chords, queasy guitar lines, and refreshingly strange melodies.”