“Their music touched me. Listening to their hits like “Sinister Love,” “Some Highway Head,” and “Supernatural Flesh” will show you what I mean. The pure dynamic sound of Sossomon's guitar with (or without) the slide, Kitchens crisp, and funky, bass play, Carter's precision drum play and "G's" soul-injected vocals make this band unique and one to hear.”
“I Was Not Expecting Much ,But Gave A Listen Anyway. Boy I'm Glad I Did, Because These Guys Are Amazing. This Is Some Of The Best Music Out There Today.”
“The band embraces suggestive lyrics on songs like the album’s title track, while effortlessly moving from Southern rock to soul to hardcore metal with the greatest of ease. There are a lot of influences involved in this band’s gritty sound, and they aren’t afraid to show it.”
“Wicked-good, Jonesing for more... Take soulful Southern rock and toss in a metallic edge, and that pretty much sums up the unlikely sound produced by Wicked Jones.”
“This four-piece band has just produced a explosive CD and every tune on it just plain jams. It is hard rock, metal and southern rock all wrapped up in a tight package just waiting to get out but it definitely has soul. If you can’t feel it you are dead.”
"Wicked Jones has a very bright future. The talented musicians is just the start. The energy of the music will get your blood pumping and the catchy lyrics will stay with you long after the CD ends."
"This album may contain numerous lines and themes of provocative metaphors. These guys have either managed to incorporate what seems like an eclectic mix of genre influences or they’re musically confused. Either way, it works.
"I love that they're experimenting with different genres and throwing unlikely bedfellows together."
"Their talents not only lie with their instruments, but in the studio as well. The four-some not only engineered a new sound fusion of soul and industrial rock, but produced their own album."
“The band is tight and lead singer "G" D'Voldre switches between hardcore metal screams and soulful crooning impeccably. It's no wonder they got to play with Flyleaf.”