Virus Magazine-

"Horror Rock CD of the Year!!!”

 

Rue Morgue-

"Sinister vocal distortion over menacing guitar twang...whacky horror movie sound bites...songs about truckers, murderers, zombies, and rednecks...Psycho Charger have their psychobilly bases covered."

 

Alternative Press -

It's trashabilly with an industrial twist, mixing harsh electronics and distorted vocals with the traditional twang-whammy guitar: The Cramps meets White Zombie.

 

Rue Morgue -

"...coming from the rightous side of the devil's trailer park...mixes red hot psychobilly fire with cold industrial steel and distorto surf punk...unbridled, unpretentious...one explosive boilermaker."

 

World Horror Network-

"...full of piss and venom, rough and tough, well produced...a good choice for the Psycho Rock, VooDooBilly Horror fan that loves the site of blood..."

 

Sleaze Grinder-

"...gore-minded, gallows-humor punchlines snake around surfy vampire ‘billy...Yeah, that’s right, motherfucker…it’s a bloody good time."

 

Rue Morgue-

"Sinister vocal distortion over menacing guitar twang...whacky horror movie sound bites...songs about truckers, murderers, zombies, and rednecks...Psycho Charger have their psychobilly bases covered."

 

Rue Morgue -

"...coming from the rightous side of the devil's trailer park...mixes red hot psychobilly fire with cold industrial steel and distorto surf punk...unbridled, unpretentious...one explosive boilermaker."

 

Grindstone -

"Sinister lyrics, distorted vocals, obscure sampling, dark driving riffs, reverb twang guitar... a feast for the ears and a devilish morsel for the soul."

 

StarVox -

This is a manly man's ghoul-rock. For those of you who sometimes feel that this genre gets a little too silly -- check out Psycho Charger. There's enough fun-lovin' testosterone for even the butch-est of rockers.

 

NY Rock -

Say out loud, "Unbridled psychobilly mayhem."... The guitar twangs, covered in reverb and distortion, the vocals rant and bellow, the bass pounds, and the drums thunder like nobody's business...If you want some rock and roll to kick you in the teeth and get you out of the doldrums, it's right here, baby, right here.

 

deadontheweb.com -

Ass whoop'n, beer chugg'n, fire start'n, tobacoo chew'n music to beat your dog to! Man I love this shit! So what is it? It's the hellfire known as Psycho Charger! This unique band is part rockabilly, part horror rock, part rock and at times sound part industrial...will kill small children if played loud enough.

 

Rock N Roll Purgatory -

What comes of an experiment that splices Ministry DNA with Carl Perkins? I'll tell you what, some heavy industrial music to drink PBR and shoot guns to. You'll want to go on a crime spree or have rough sex with a hooker covered in whiskey...this is good stuff...Wickedly unique and for those of you who need sinister inspiration.

 

CULT CUTS -

"High octane garage music from the band formally known as The Psychonauts! Their debut cd has enough fire power to fuel up any Psychobilly tank! You should have no problem playing this disc immediately over and over."

 

Nitro-zine -

"A great departure from the incredible amount of crap that is out there now...This hybrid of rockabilly and industrial actually applies well. Makes me think of what "Pretty Hate Machine" might have sounded like if Trent Reznor used the Cramps as his backing band. Highly recommnended, I hope they get huge just to show the Korn-Bizkit legions what a real ass-kicking is."

 

Jam Magazine -

"Incredibly cool...distorted vocals over reverb-drenched guitar with enough twang that would make Link Wray and The Cramps proud...no tricks or competing influences...just cold, hard psycho-surf."

 

Deathrock.com -

A proto industrial psycho western. Picture Ministry, Fields of the Nephilim, and make them a lot more tongue in cheek and you have Psycho Charger.

 

Vilage Voice -

Hoodoo voodoo surf rockers Psycho Charger capture that Munsters/Iggy Pop/Ventures vibe of the Cramps, circa Bad Music for Bad People, with chilling enthusiasm.

 

Time Out New York -

It's a Psychobilly Freakout! Okay, that a Rverend Horton Heat quote, but it fits right here, as this band robs the grave of rockabilly for kicks!

 

Annexx -

"Oh Lord, do these guys know how to work yer ass or what? A cold bucket of chicken and a warm six-pack is all this thing is missing...evil minds at work, so ya better hide yer daughters."

 

NY Waste -

"Heavy-Twang Hell Rock!!! Good to the last shot!"