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Channel Eight / Press

“Finally, the song, “Black Hole”, is one of monumental proportions that truly shows Channel Eight’s versatility as a band that has what it takes to write well-thought-out songs. Mathers once again displays his versatility as a singer by delivering a magnificent vocal performance accompanied by beautiful piano arrangement. But fear not, for those listeners craving the Channel Eight sound that you’ve come to know and love. Mathers and company quickly transition the song with heavy guitar tones, thundering drums beats, and lyrics that will surely satisfy any Channel Eight fan. What separates Channel Eight from other bands is their ability to delivery quality over quantity, and they have done so yet again with these songs. From start to finish, these songs present a testament of a band that is willing and able to create meaningful songs that have direction and authenticity. As long as Channel Eight is able to crank out songs like these, their will always be a bright future for th”

“Channel Eight wastes no time with starting, Transmissions, off to a stellar start. The song, “A Better Way”, begins with a catchy guitar riff/solo that is sure to catch the attention of any guitar enthusiast. This song also conjures memories of their earlier work from the song, “Lights Out”, with Jeff Mathers displaying his versatility as a singer/guitarist for Channel Eight. The song, “Bad Guy”, continues to deliver an almost anthem like song that could be easily heard as a top ten hit on active rock radio. Where many bands find it difficult to write memorable lyrics and choruses, Mathers and company do an excellent job in this song with hooking listeners with the straight-forward and simple chorus, “Have I been the bad guy all along?””

““Getting Nowhere”, is a song that is laced with loud, heavy guitars and hard-hitting lyrics that could only be described as a juggernaut of epic proportions”

““Lights Out”, can only be described as the perfect hard rock song that every band wants to write. It encompasses everything that makes a great song.”

““Suffocating”, is the most dynamic and diverse song because it incorporates different elements of rock, hard rock, and alternative rock that could very well make it an instant radio hit.”

"This is a great band with some excellent music...Suffocating is my fav...."