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The Almighty Terribles / Press

"THE ALMIGHTY TERRIBLES and the production, message, atmosphere, and originality of their first album, Fascists to Ashes, speaks miles." -

Praise For Wallflower

"THE ALMIGHTY TERRIBLES swing to the beat of something different. They've got soul, and they blend funk, heavy and distorted guitar riffage, and stylized vocals into an upbeat mass of solid rock."

The Pulse Weekly (Lehigh Valley, PA)

"This power trio from Asbury is a little punk, a little funk and a whole lot of fun. Think the guitar dirge of The Stooges with the backbeat of The Talking Heads."

"THE ALMIGHTY TERRIBLES, a trio with big sound, thanks to band leader Dave Cahill's guitar wizardry and passionate lyricism. One of Cahill's many talents is his capable guitar skills; he may have drawn influences in Tim Reynolds and Stevie Ray Vaughn, but he has forged a sound all his own, which is a feat in its own. Very knowledgeable in music techonology, Cahill backs himself up with his own recording when playing solo. This band played raw, with no filters or cares. Cahill sings with big, important things in mind: the government, injustice and the like. Check out their website for an awesome music video for "Dream of Dreams" - we should all be so proud that this kind of thing is the product of our local music talent! And yes, if you were wondering - that was Pearly Baker's own Nate Powell, on bass with THE ALMIGHTY TERRIBLES."

The Easton Irregular

"Terribly Good at The Funhouse...THE ALMIGHTY TERRIBLES are a cool power trio mix of alt rock, punk rock, and reggae-funk. They have shades of The Clash, complete with socio-political lyrics, but with flashier guitar playing. I saw them at Lupo's a few weeks ago and immediately became a fan. While there are strong songs on their latest CD Hope-nosis, their live show is where it's at. Guitarist Dave Cahill is from Asbury, NJ and calls his style "gypsy prog rock", and that's a good a description as any for this unique band. Bassist Nate Powell and drummer Ryan Decker are both Easton residents and are excellent, as well. Do yourself a favor and check out these guys on YouTube, Facebook and Myspace. Don't miss the interesting, pro-quality short films that go with several of their songs. See them this Saturday, Jan. 30 at The Funhouse in Bethlehem, and Feb 13 at Pearly Baker's in Easton." -

Blake Dannen (Blake's Picks) - Pulse Weekly

"THE ALMIGHTY TERRIBLES' sophomore effort, Hope-nosis, is an intensely political statement suggesting that the gap between social reality and what's fed to the public are two very different things. Lead vocalist, David Cahill, whom we covered before, is undoubtedly very passionate about his often very varied and plentiful opinionated messages, which may deter your ability to listen. But, do understand that there can be pleasure in even a secular listen as the band explores genres including folk, gypsy, punk, and rock to varying lengths and with impressive control - especially the guitar work, which is not only very intricate, but quite obviously labored and loved. The Almighty Terribles have returned with what's very clearly a snapshot of a group that will never stop making music about things that really hit home. So, for a powerful, generally old-school punk influenced, and very raw record that will appeal to lovers of progressive-political-punk, look no further than Hope-nosis."

Praise for Wallflower

“Do yourself a favor and check out these guys on YouTube, Facebook and Myspace. Don't miss the interesting, pro-quality short films that go with several of their songs. See them this Saturday, Jan. 30 at The Funhouse in Bethlehem, and Feb 13 at Pearly Baker's in Easton."”

Blake Dannen - Pulse Weekly

"We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: The Almighty Terribles rock. If you don’t believe us, tonight is as good a time as any to become a convert to the house of Terribles"

Dustin Schoof - Express Times