“The lyrics of these songs pile up around the fenceposts of one's mind like the drifting detritus of a shattered dream.”
— Greg Leatherman
“Demit's....fucking intense bro. Insanely sane and on point, man. I wasn't sure what to expect when i read this page. Thouroughly impressed, Mr. Laxative...you've definately got skills.”
— John Lewis
“Demit's Juxtaposition is a very strange screwed up piece--the kind of artifact of the end of the gasoline age that a future anthropologist will be thrilled to find. As a person of this time I just find it unique and interesting.”
— The Black Rose
“I liked the intro but not the message I guess... ...I need to listen to whole song before I comment.I don't agree but to each their own”
— Yrral Mallik of Songramp aka Larry Gordon Killam
“You're a rebel with a cause that only those awake & alive can truly appreciate; keep the deep meaningful tunes coming!!!”
— Kevin Nevel
“DEADWOOD, like the rest of your tracks is a grabber, a sharp needle-of sweet truth and beauty that grabs, holds and sinks its hooks deep into my heart, impossible to ignore.”
— David Namerow (Freelance Congas/Hand Percussion)
“You got some really...interesting music here bro. lol...to say the least.
Peace and respect”
— Tha Wreking Ball
Du bon Folk !! Dommage un peu pour le son mais le felling est là.!!
(rough internet translation:
Of The good Folk!! A little damage to the sound but the felling is there.!!)”
“I can't touch myself to this at all. EPIC FAIL!”
— Your Mother
“Strangely beautiful and intriguing. Mood is set by the music and intertwines perfectly with the lyrics...nice writing. Hit "Play All" and see if you come out unscathed on the other side.”
Q: are your songs based on personal experiences or more the perspectives that you hold of the world. there is a personal element to your songs that tells me you are telling stories, but its hard to tell
A: Most of my more serious songs are based off of my personal life, but a lot of the comedic ones were written just for shock value. I ran away from home at 17 and lived on the streets for two years smoking a ball of meth a day. When you're only fan base is crackheads and heroin junkies you have to come up with some pretty disturbing shit to keep them entertained.