"Murdervan’s new EP is a gem...reminds me of all that good heavy rock bordering hardcore punk that you grew up listening to. wailing guitar and vocals, solid bass and drums, make for a very heavy listening session...You guys are much better at what you do than a lot of other bands around here."
"...It's a winning mix of Motorhead's velocity and grit, punk's who-cares attitude and a smidge of psychedelia."
"On Friday night, I saw Murdervan take the stage down at Cherry St. Station.They took heavy rock songs and tore them apart like taffy into droning, wailing chunks of elastic feedback. I can only imagine that catching Green River or Tad in a divey Seattle club had the same great rock 'n roll reek."
"Murdervan are a grunge band. I don't think there's any denying that. It's as if they were somehow sent here through some time/space vortex from Seattle 1990. They are good, though. Even when falling down drunk by the end of the set."
"Murdervan sound friggin' great when played loud through a car stereo. This isn't really stoner metal--more like Leatherface meets Thin Lizzy (okay, so maybe that does describe stoner metal). If someone asked me which band I like the most right now, I'd say Murdervan."
"Murdervan wasted no time after a brief soundcheck and then immediately tore into a shortened set that was fast and loud as hell. they have this way of playing extremely loose, while still sounding incredibly tight. If you go see 'em, you'll find out."