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Lluther / Press

“Lluther blew us SuicideGirls away! We can't wait for those boys to hit the states! They're hot and they ROCK! From the moment we met Lluther and heard the album, we knew the world couldn't wait. Lluther is going to blow everyone away!”

Sam Doumit, Host - SuicideGirls Radio on Indie 103.1 -Rolling Stone's "Best Radio Station 2008"

“We've become wildly addicted to the title track of their new album Rise of the Reptile King, and think that the band could be a real shot in the arm to the touring rock scene. They're loud, they're evil and, most importantly, they sound as opposite of American Idol as is possible. Welcome to the land of the free, boys.”

“So many heartless bands are playing at it. You have only to listen to know that Lluther are living it. Lluther are this year's sound redemption.”

Doug Freel - Award Winning Video Music Director & Director, FIX : the Ministry Movie

“FINAL DEFINITION Lluther (n): 1. Hymn to the Reptile King. 2. Chuther in Welsh. 3. Good rock.”

“After years on Indie, with so many bands that pass through our studio doors and sit in front of our mics, it's exhilarating to hear a band with those pounding beats, beautifully dark melodies, and legitimately every thing that made us love indie rock to begin with. Finally! The music industry has been waiting for and needing a band like Lluther! We love Lluther in every awesome way.”

Sam Doumit, Host - SuicideGirls Radio on Indie 103.1 -Rolling Stone's "Best Radio Station 2008"

“Lluther steps up and provides the ‘meat-and-potatoes’ /legit RAWK that’s been SORELY missing from today’s music scene for so long that “Rock is Dead” is cliche and understood before the music even starts. Newsflash dearies: Rock is not dead, Rock was dead. Enter Lluther. Why whaddaya know? Rock (& Roll) is Resurrected. Thx, lads.”

“Besides being full of cracking rock tunes, lyrics and melodies, the new album sees the band pushing the boundaries of rock music...”

“Lluther are set to make their return with their second album, Return of the Reptile King, and early singles indicate it’ll be more than worth the three year wait.”

"In The Dollhouse is a terrific, building piece of rock music. Imagine Monster Magnet, Marilyn Manson and Scott Weiland writing a song and you’ll get close. There are so many different styles as the song moves from sustained melodies and echoing vocals to hard edged guitars and explosive changes. Each listen brings new love for the song and as first singles go, this is a pretty good sign of things to come."

“Lluther plays sleazy gritty rock with tight guitars and industrial influences comparable with the music of NIN and Stabbing Westward.”