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Dr. Void & the Death Machines / Press

"... the best rockabilly band in NJ..."

Michael Enoches - ME Publishing/ Alternative Revolution Magazine

“This album is jammed packed with fourteen songs that just, rock. A stylish combination of post-punk, ghoulish themes, and rockabilly licks. It's not the same as seeing them live (which I'm telling DO), but the driving guitar, the geeky themes (my favorite being: you look better when you're deader). The whole album is a lot of fun, a lot of danceable beats, and just a great change of pace than what most people end up listening to. ”

“The entire record rocks with a mixture of Animalized R&B, touching and melodic barrelhouse rock ‘n’ rave, menacing, and old-style punk. ”

“Killer vocals and guitar. This tight trio makes gruesome fun!! ”

“VIP members of North Jersey punk's flag waiving pocket... they deliniate themselves from their peers by harkening back not to punk of the 70s, but its 50's roots. With the manic gusto of Jerry Lee (Lewis) and the melodic aucity of a meth-crazed Buddy Holly.”

The Aquarian Weekly

“Their new album contains 7 tracks of heavy reverb '50s rockabilly licks and echoes three decades of musical twists and turns.”

Car Kulture Deluxe

“The music is catchy and highly melodic and the tunes here are split between mid-tempo and faster paced rockers.”

The New Brunswick Underground