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Pulp Monster / Press

“They can be best described as classic smokey blues caught in the headlights of heavy metal riffs, with Morphine taunting you from the back seat. Their lyrics add an extra bonus layer of intrigue and tongue-in-cheek humor, obviously inspired straight from the tattered pages of a vintage pulp fiction paperback. You'll also find that their instrumental tracks are laced with a psychedelic substance that will pull you right into the middle of a soundtrack score to a detective noir film. The icing on the cake is the ambiance created by subtle gloomy fog that haunts the stage, and the trenchcoat and fedora-clad wardrobe tastefully worn by the aforementioned guilty party. It's a complete experience seeing these guys play live...”

Joel Haase - Fan Mail

"Original sound, concept, filled with meaning and soul, that is Pulp Monster in a nutshell. This group won't be shelled for long, they are bustin' out BABY!"

Susan Marie - Fan Mail

“Pulp Monster is a relentless jackhammer.”

Blaine Schultz, The Aimless Blades - Fan Mail

“We had a great evening experiencing all that Pulp Monster has to offer. Great visual performance first of all. Consistently cool, old school look and feel on stage. Definitely a professional presence. I have seen a lot of shows from classical to heavy metal and everything in between, by seeing and hearing these guys, I would guess they have been playing and performing for at least ten years together. They have put together a set list of original music that is powerful, smooth, and widely diverse from one song to the next. Each member has his own unique strengths, and they come together extremely well to form a sound that is all their own. Pulp Monster is definitely headed for big things!”

Joe Terrien - Fan Mail

“Like a Killer in the Rain, Pulp Monster sneaks up on you and lands a Punch in the Face before you know what hits you. The eclectic mix of rock genres is as varied as the musicians themselves. The imagery of the music leads you to half expect to see Philip Marlowe getting tips from an informant in a dark corner of the bar.”

Scott Challoner - Fan Mail

"There are bands that record original music, as in, they write their own songs. Then there are bands that write original music, as in, songs that don't sound like anything else around. Pulp Monster fits into the latter category.....Tell me the songs don't belong in some sort of indie spy flick, especially 'Three Gun Terry.'"

Eric Klister - Post-Crescent