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PURE GRINDING SPARKLE's tracks are fun, the guitar agressive, each riff bleeding into the next with symphonic ease. Darian Magee, Vandala Magazine.

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"In a time when modern rock is filled with 1970's and 1980's musical apologists who use retro influences to fuel their modern sounds, The Monochrome Cherubs are the real thing". Wildys World

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"With "PURE GRINDING SPARKLEThe Monochrome Cherubs seem to be favoring more a straight heavy/hard guitar rock, with an edgy and blistering presentation.The guitars are sharp with riffs strong and cutting like a machete, the leads even more anxious and rousing" Craig Hartranft DANGERDOG.COM

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"Hard-edged, guitar oriented alternative rock...showing signs it's headed in the right direction"  Ken Voss J.I.M.I. (The Jimi Hendrix Information Mgmt Institute)

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"The Monochrome Cherubs are pure balls-to-the-wall rock n roll. No nods to pop, soul, hip hop or indie, just straight hard rock ripped straight from the textbooks of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin. Overdriven guitar screams and the rhythm section pummels through a riff-laden sludge of psychedelic noise revolution." Chris Bullock, SEED, THE HYPETREE BLOG,

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"A lineup that deserves recognition as this new album brings back the early hard rock of the seventies with a modern flair" Jim Pasinski, JP's Music Blog

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"From title-track "Blisterene", the riff-driven "Read Between the Lines" and the huge, monolithic "Rip Off," the Monochrome Cherubs know get to the point with its back-to-basics rock." David Malachowski,The Daily Freeman

"imagine a combination of a psychedelic medicine man and a drunken sailor, plugging a Strat into a stack of amps, teetering on the edge of dissonance. Nothing out there to directly compare it to."     Dan McAvinchey. Guitar Nine Records

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 "Pure Grind,Part psychosis,with a touch of anger,love,guitar bliss and the blues thrown in"                 
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