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Lola Black / Press

“Lola Black is one of the best Denver-based bands on the musical circuit. The group’s music is a mix of punk and metal, and 2012 has been the band’s best year yet. Lola Black released its debut album, “Dia De Los Borrachos,” at the beginning of the year and has received much praise for it. The band formed in 2008 and over the last four years, it has risen to the top of the rock charts in Denver.”

“Lola’s pure connection, knowledge and understanding of what the crowds of fans really want could be the secret to her success. Pure in your face talent exploding with an ear blast of drums pounding and ripping guitars.”

“With driving punk rhythms that quickly turn to melt your face metal and back again, Lola Black has found a niche that not many other bands explore.”

“Although the EP's title means "Day of the Drunks" in Spanish, the partying seems to have stopped at the studio door, because the band sounds tighter than ever.”

“Loud, vulgar, and loose punk-metal driven by a group of very talented musicians and fronted by the walking and screaming representative of the “it factor” Ms. Lola Black herself”

“It was rock-n-roll, baby. No foreplay, no preamble. No soft stroking overture to ease you into the frenetic fuck-you of their set. Lola can scream sing with the best of them.”

“Lola was full of energy from the first song, covering the entire stage with the microphone held high in the air, leading a crowd that had her E.P. memorized through song after song of high energy rock n roll that left no one standing at the bar gaping for drinks.”

“Lola Black have won basically every award the Denver scene has to give out, been covered majorly by all the local press, and can no longer be considered Colorado’s best kept secret.”

“Lola Black has become known for combining metal, punk rock and synchronized but always seemingly appropriate outfits into what could easily be called Denver’s most stellar live performance.”

“Her voice veers from emotive to explosive, all in the confines of a single song.”

“They write songs that you not only can’t forget but also make you want to bust off the volume controls and toss them out of your window right about the time you say, “Hello Officer.””

“The last line was punctuated by the entire band flipping the bird and the crowd erupting into maddness- no surprise to Black and company.”

Laney McVicker - 303 Magazine

“Lola Black might seem like any other band walking the tightrope between punk and melodic hard rock were it not for the fact that the sextet actually works well together to put on a true performance.”

“Loud, vulgar, and loose punk-metal driven by a group of very talented musicians and fronted by the walking and screaming representative of the “it factor” Ms. Lola Black herself.”

“Lola Black is BEST PUNK BAND in 2010 Westword Music Showcase Awards!”

“Lola Black Peddles a sort of melodic thrash-punk that, while not taking any stylistic risks, still entertains with its bratty verve.”

John Wenzel - Denver Post

“If you’re ready for a band that will tear your face off with the front-woman’s dynamic voice, check out Lola Black.”

“Lola Black is a band that completely embodies the spirit of this month’s cover theme, “Colorado Badasses.””

“Lola Black is young and beautiful — and ready to kick your ass”