““Suns of stone are an unashamedly retro-fitted rock act who share a love of Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Rainbow and Lynyrd Skynyrd and who kick up one hell of a storm on their debut album, playing tribute to the beloved acts of their youth with a surprisingly gutsy collection that emphasises the blues at the heart of heavy rock … If you dig blues-infused hard rock, then this massively enjoyable record is for you.””
"The four piece’s particular flavour or rock is a blending of Skynard-style ‘70s throwback, with The Black Keys’ radio-friendly sensibilities, and a liberal application of Jimmy Page-inspired guitar riffs. ... they did their thing and won over a crowd that was more than a little impatient for the main act. And they definitely left with more fans than they had coming in. Colour me impressed."
“The Suns of Stone epitomize what new rock should sound like. New, and yet old; done, but yet become undone. A tinge of the Queen’s of the Stoneage mixed with a hint of Skynard and layered with semblances of the Black Crowes, Suns of Stone just simply rock. Nothing pretentious, nothing overdone… just exactly what you’d want in a rock and roll band. Their live show is a non-stop red-bull like injection of energy from beginning to end and they only leave you wanting more. ”
“Bite, braun and a bit of bad-assery: this is the Suns of Stone. ”