“Set on ripping yer throat open and pissing in the wound, yeah it's hostile as fuck. Their attack is structured around a hardcore punk base with touches of old-fashioned metal to thicken things up and solidify the assault. Think of a blend of ANTiSEEN, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, SLAYER, LEFTOVER CRACK, PANTERA, CHOKING VICTIM, GG ALLIN and HATEBREED all wrapped up into super hard-hitting short blasts, these guys do not fuck around. Two vocalists, heavy guitars and bombarding drums and bass... this is Molotov rock 'n' roll that never lets up, these guys are focussed on putting the danger and un-ease back into rock 'n' roll and thank fuck for that.”

Marco - No Front Teeth

“This spastic mother fucker sounds like the Tazmanian devil after doing the mound of coke on Tony's Desk in the movie "Scarface."  It's crazy, I don't know how he manages to NOT loose his voice with those never ending screams and gurgles. Dirty South Revolutionaries have come from the blazin city streets of Charlotte, NC to terrorize your young, swipe your beer, and steal your sister. Til death do them part these guys plan to pay respects to their upbringing down there in the dirty south. All of them have played in previous bands before settling with the current line up. This eclectic band will burn holes in your ears with their massive sound and Death Metal worthy screams. People be prepared to go home bloody after a one on one with these guys!”

Kristen Theckston - Backstage Pass Review of "Queen City Underground"

“Rating: 8.25 out of 10 On "Queen City Underground," the debut release from the band Dirty South Revolutionaries, you'll find wall-to-wall ball busting music. The band blends punk and hardcore styles of music along with the occasional metal crunching guitar riff. It's all topped off with dueling lead vocals that ooze with emotion like that of a very active honeybee's nest.The band's music doesn't pull any punches it's down and dirty in style. The music is filled with anger and deals with the many injustices found in the world.If you like your music pedal-to-the-metal Dirty South Revolutionaries will feel your needs. ”

C.W. Ross - Indie Music Stop

“This is another band that mix metal and hardcore. This is way different than the band reviewed up 2 spots. This is more speed metal and the vocals are more shouted and screamed. The music is fast and quick and I liked it. None of this nu metal jump crap and the production isn't overproduced and the music has an old school vibe to it. The singer sounds like his vocal cords would be shattered and done after a live show. A nice release and shows off the best of the hardcore and underground styles..”

Chris Forbes - MetalCore Review of "Queen City Underground"

“If the scale goes to "10," DSR is a bonafied "11.5"!!!!" One of the major stand out points of this band are the dueling double vocals. These two really push the envelope. They are both harsh but understandable and in a relatively normal range. They just sound mean as hell together! Some of this reminds me of old school hardcore, or even some of the offshoot stuff like Cryptic Slaughter, The Accused, Gang Green, etc. Not that its outdated sounding. As a matter of fact, it is off the hook fresh and more aggressive than most things I've mentioned. This is actually probably going to be too heavy for some of the pure punk fans. I'll bet it appeals to some of the more metal crowds. The firswt thing that I though when I heard this CD open was, "wow, I'll bet this is fantastic live...I'd love to hear it right there!"”

Neo-Zine - Neo-Zine

“DSR in Rolling Stone Magazine”