"If the imagery is fantastical, the riffs are plain fantastic." - NME - 7/10 - Album Review.
"Behind Duke Type A's juddering, jagged exterior lay some of the best throttle rock anthems we've heard all year... A thrilling, unpredictable debut - rough round the edges, and all the better for it" - 4/5 - The Fly.
“Steve Lamacq's Alernative Album Of The Week - Radio 1's In New Music We Trust ( 6.10.2008 )”
"Bolton quartet To The Bones' debut rocks with a timeless cool, ramming classic post-punk, grunge and rock influences into 10 fantastic tracks. With smatterings of Motorhead, Bleach-era Nirvana, The Fall and Joy Division in the mix, 'Duke Type A' is a real treat." 8/10 - Rock Sound
"With debut album ‘Duke Type A’, the group have landed a knockout punch... ‘Duke Type A’ delivers mischief and barbarity in equal measure...With just 10 songs in little over half an hour, the band have produced the most urgently arresting rock debut in years." 4/5
“Stealing the show, the Bolton quartet's breed of grime rock makes an instant impact on the audience,improving in both velocity and ferocity as the set progresses......Rocksound will eat their own hat if this lot don't start going places very quickly after this. *9/10* Rocksound.”