Logged In As Admin: {{reverbUser.name}} ({{reverbUser.id_unique()}}), Acting As: {{reverbPageObject.data.name}} ({{reverbPageObject.id_unique}})

Mo Rage / Press

“The guitars (Roger Ash) fill the spaces nicely. His sound crunches thru the body of the songs with some truly great technique. Drummer, Danny Bromire, and bassist, Terry Mcginty hold the bottom nice & dirty. They both fill well and don't abuse the spaces. They leave room here and there, tastefully. Some tracks of note: 'See Ya', 'Fix of Rage' and 'Battle Cry'. They come at ya as a kind of a classic metal, circa mid 70's, meets the new millenium. Fresh, yet familiar. If you like to rock, then get yourself some Mo Rage! 5 solid strings! ”


“Overall I would say that Mo Rage definitely know their game plan and have their shit together. Songs like The Storm and See Ya are worthy of throwing in the ring with some big name bands they are that good, especially the latter which goes from a ballad into a great fist pumper, however there are still moments where some more refining is needed. An aspect that I think the band needs to work on is song length, this disc is less than thirty minutes long with all but two songs under three minutes and forty five seconds long. It is rare for a band to nail it down on their first demo, but Mo Rage has an advantage that most do not, they have talent. Killing Songs : The Storm, Battle Cry, and See Ya Ben no quote RockHard RevelationZ Tombstone Metal Invader Metal-Rules Hard-Rock Metal District ”

“Coming out of Cleveland, Ohio is Mo Rage and this their debut album, Fix of Rage. There aren’t any frills here, no gimmicks, no church burning, dragon slaying, angst ridden ploys; these guys play heavy metal without any compromises. Opening number The Storm is a perfect example of this. A straight ahead and square metal riff and aggressive high singing with an extremely focused chorus are all rounded off by a vintage sounding guitar solo. I say vintage because it brings to mind old school Black Sabbath with its harmonies and textures. Although it is rare for a band to nail it on their first demo , This band has Talent!”

“The title track is an absolute monster, successfully crossing from power ballad to straight-up metal track without skipping a beat! This is no one trick pony band, Every song on the disk, flat out Rocks ! With no filler songs, This band kick ass total ass! With no compromises! 5 OUT 5 STARS”

“Burning River Entertainment - The most important thing, though, is the power of the album - which is a constant. Even in a ballad like "See Ya", the angst carries a certain power to it. The guitars are always nice and crunchy, the bass (though often subdued) consistently lays down a solid framework for the rest of the track, the drums always drag you kicking and screaming into the melodic high-end vocals. All in all, the band truly benefits from its synergy: the whole is truly better than the sum of its parts. While each member of Mo Rage is a solid musician who more than gets his point across in each song, together they are something special, and something that the current metal scene misses sorely. Reviewed by: LarryMac ”

Larry Mac - Burning River Entertainment