“After a listen, we say this band is inventive, loud and methodical and delivers lyrics that sink deep inside your head. (Shutdown Sequence, the band's new album) opens with its first single: “From Design to Disease.” When Ingraham strikes the first cord, the guitar riffs vibrate straight through you. Davis delivers poetic lyrics that take you down the road of human nature. The song’s poetry gives way to Davis’s deep vocal range that surprises and bestows the song with new complexity.”
““Sunset Wasteland”, embodies emotion, passion, and intelligence that is sorely missed in the modern rock industry of today.”
“The break out album Sunset Wasteland is brimming with hooks showcasing an adeptness to their sound more reflective of the radio giants played on heavy rotation nationwide. Itis a masterpiece, a ten out of ten, an A+! All that's left is for the world to hear what this bands done and the rest will be history! Beyond the hide and seek of the lyrics, a sense of calm is provided in an esoteric mesh of emotion and wonder. The sea of melody on (The Product) leaves one wanting more! The waves of change in the song create a panic satiated only by the guitar riffs ending what seems to be a fantasy. I found myself drifting away a few times listening to this song, awakening thankful that I wasn't driving! A hypnotic song from a band able to render the listener helpless to its grasp. The album Sunset Wasteland delivers a panacea for what’s missing in music today! A must buy album!”
"Bravo Delta's song-writing is top notch with some great lyrics."
“Brandon Davis immerses himself in all his endeavors. He is an expressionist in the truest form of the word. His emotions are his reality, his world is one of blunt truth, girded by hope and wielded with deft intellectual acuity. Davis' art is his music.”
“His music is subjective and emotive yet irrepressibly accessible. His music is about survival. In a twist of acoustic musical genius, his music effervesces with the intellectual lyrical whisps reflective of Tool's Maynard James Keenan with a dark undercurrent of cut-throat exasperation a la Staind's Aaron Lewis. ”