"[The Black Cadillacs] could be a band with a bright future."
"Raw, fluid, and structured is how the Black Cadillacs operate. Their music is a breath of fresh unrefined air in a rock and roll era of complacency driven by multi-million dollar record deals and soft pop performers. Todays popular Rock n Rollers are uninspiring at best and the Black Cadillacs intend to destroy this trend in music."
"[All Them Witches] is a ten-track experience that embodies the sound and spirit of the American South in an entirely new essence. This experience is rejuvenating because the music is based on raw musicianship, instead of relying on technology that has placated the independent music scene for years."
"All Them Witches is a fun ride. The band, especially frontman Will Horton, really does capture some of the energy and menace of the Stones at their early 70s peak, and theyve crammed detail and subtlety into the arrangements that are usually lost during their live performances."
"The Black Cadillacs, are the new generation representatives of Knoxville’s musical legacy."
"The Black Cadillacs have become one of Knoxville’s most popular young bands over the last year, thanks in part to the band’s potent shot of blues rock and in part to the footloose charisma of frontman Will Horton."
"The Black Cadillacs... first two tracks rocked hard, sounding like David Gray singing for the golden era of Neil Young and Crazy Horse. But then they whipped out a cover of "Yer Blues," off the White Album, that blew all other performances out of the water."