THE DAYS THE NIGHTS deliver a unifying sound composed of elements of rock, hardcore, pop and perhaps even a touch of glam. This is rock with a mischievous grin and a wink. Subtle? No. Melancholy? No. Snake like grooves? Yes, hell yes.
“RADICAL SABBATICAL, the 2009 release from local rockers THE DAYS THE NIGHTS, was a welcome surprise of complex, hook heavy anthems aimed squarely at listeners who appriciate the fine art of riffage....NEON LION which continues this trend and helps fill the woefully depleted genre of listenable heavy rock.”
— EAC,the Mercury
"With a sound that combines elements of Queens of the Stone Age and Quicksand, this band is ready to make its mark in the rock genre...Look for this band to climb up the chart really fast."
— The Daily Chorus
"It's rare these days to find a band with influences like Failure and Quicksand-plus even some Knapsack-that still sound fresh enough to avoid being just another bunch of dudes with guitars who worship at the altar of Ken Andrews. Thank God for that."
— The Portland Mercury
"...the versitility THE DAYS THE NIGHTS show is admirable, and at times, downright shocking. GREENLIGHT is a first rate blue collar rocker that's not afraid to stress melody. YOU SHOULD ASK YOURSELF is infused the effervescent pop hooks that many young American hard rock bands are reluctant to attempt...And if that wasn't enough, there's enough post-hardcore-meets-southern-rawk muscle in ONE LAST KISS to give Every Time I die a run for their money."