Piss N' Blood's debut Full-Length Album.
A brand new release from Piss n' Blood who is a tight action packed Orange County band. They are hard working and dedicated to what they do and it pays off with this CD. Ron Anger and the guys deserve all the accolades they are receiving... Stand out tracks include GI Junkie, Insane, Manic Trigger and 24 hour Machine.... Check them out now... --Ginger Coyote - Punk Globe Magazine
Piss N' Blood has had enough. Ripping to shred b/s at large, their ace back to back smack in the mouth Treason single is a rumble waiting to happen. Making me just wanna spit and scratch, Treason is an expose of corruption, political hodgepodge and selling out of the American dream. Early Brit swagger Ala Rotten and Orange Curtain skate live in this classic punk and punch. Ron Anger spews it like it is, don't like it, f you. A wake up call for today's youth. Oh yes, 24 Hour Machine has a battered beat and Crash attitude. Meat puppets beware, Piss N' Blood gonna set you free. Get off the couch and get angry. The guitar bit between banter is so addictive, I have to fire up the Marshall and jack it now. Makes me wanna dust off the old Doc's and hit Oki Dogs. Orange County isn't wasted on these guys as they blaze new trails while remaining loyal to O.C. sound of dreams gone by, all the while sounding like they just nicked their wardrobe at Let it Rock. Piss off! --Lucky - SugarBuzz Magazine
Piss N' Blood brought everything back to where it was supposed to be; punk, ugly, angry, and real. These four steady rockers from Orange, CA must have been baptized in un holy water blessed by the notorious Johnny Rotten himself. If the U.S. had created the Pistols first, it would have sounded like this; p'd-off, anthemic, and scathingly socially-critical. Everything this band did was truly solid, heavy, and infectious. Lead guitarist Mosavian put the crunchy chords exactly where they needed to go, and when he dropped back for a fill, the riffs would have made Steve Jones proud. I think I heard a little Gregg Ginn (Black Flag, Gone, HOR, etc.) in the leads as well to go along with his own brand of precisely presented punk. That singer reminds me of Billy Bones said my lovingly-annoying friend Cathy. You mean spastically intense and in your face? Yeah, he is, but he s got his own thing going I told her. Don t get the impression Piss N' Blood is some copycat band. No; far from it. The influences are strong and distinct, but PNB still gives everything its own distinctive old-school sneer with their feet firmly planted in the present. --Marcus Solomon - Slamscene Magazine