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New Jacobin Club / Press

“Soldiers of The Mark is New Jacobin Club at a whole new level. The band is still one of gothic rock’s finest protagonists.”

Ringmaster Review (UK)

“…deserves to be heard far beyond a horror rock niche audience.”

Hellbound.ca (Canada)

“…a purposeful and highly varied adventure sure to make it’s mark… Soldiers Of The Mark manages to skirt the redundancy that often results from playing to such a particular and narrow niche.”

thePUNKsite.com (USA)

“Infectious - I haven’t been able to stop listening to it. I love this fucking record!”

Mark Dillon/Extreme Metal Television (Canada)

“This record has single-handedly reinvigorated my love for horror punk and gothic music in general.”

Rock N Reel (USA)

“A cacophony of anthems for dark souls…be prepared to be darkly delighted!”

The Steampunk Almanac (UK)

“…the most original band and album that I’ve heard in a while…incredibly exciting and engaging.”

Metal Temple (UK)

“Great fun…perfect for Halloween parties and the slightly disturbed amongst us.”

Power Play (UK)

“Dusty, dirty, full of guitars and sounds from beyond the grave, Soldiers of the Mark is a fun album – passionate and dedicated to the nostalgia of the golden years gone by”

Rock Metal Essence (Italy)

“A bevvy of fiendish visuals and a sound that brings together a cauldron of classic goth, 70’s rock and power metal.”

Rue Morgue (Canada)

“a gloriously black exercise in dark psychedelia”

The BCFM Sunday Rock Show Review (UK)

“Energizing and engaging!”

PureGrain Audio (USA)

“…straight out of the Glenn Danzig (Misfits era) tradition - though much more engaging than Danzig ever was… If you ever wondered what Gwar's interpretation of The Rocky Horror Picture Show might be like, The New Jacobin Club has your answer.”

Harvest Moon Music (USA)

“it is no surprise as they place themselves somewhere between Cirque du Soleil and Gwar - that is somewhere between sweet and ludicrous - but actually there are no comparisons…”

Lords of Metal (Netherlands)

“..worthy of a listen, if only to fuel your desire to see their amazing live show which may change the way you see music forever.”

BC Musician (Canada)

“Fiery and imposing while still retaining a degree of intelligence and fore-thought.”

Exclaim! (Canada)

“..unexpected directions, clever mixtures of styles and an honest kick-ass lovely attitude, it’s feel good music for several occasions.”

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