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Money for Guns / Press

“It's a haunting sound that stays with you long after the final note has faded away.”

“Saulsbery pleads the cases of various examples of the title type, sometimes including himself, often including wayward women with fishnet stockings and too much access to stimulants, and always including the kind of trash that work for a living and use the laundromat. As such, it’s a refreshing change of pace from Zeitgeist 2011.”

“Money for Guns‘s cigarette-stained vocals and woeful strumming is appeasing enough to quell a hangover and interesting enough to actively listen word-for-word.”

“from flat-out rockers like the title tune and “Cold War Country, a hard-charger that’s on repeat play on my system at present, to textured slow ones like “Teach Me to Die” and “Osceola,” this band has a command of dynamics that make this writer very excited about their future work, and anxious to see how its potential is exploited live.”

“Frontman Will Saulsbery’s weathered, worldly voice is a fitting one to drive the discourse — he communicates these tensions in a manner that manages to sound wise and worn-out, soulful and sad, everyday and extraordinary at once.”

“American Trash is the best-sounding rock and roll album I’ve heard anywhere in a while.”

“Shooting straight with skill and style, Money for Guns’ aim is true more often than not, and “American Trash” solidifies the group’s place as a band to watch both in and beyond our corner of the Midwest.”