Reviews of His Masters Voice - The Devils Blues September 07 2016

Music.net.nz review by Kerry Monaghan

“…Full of Led Zeppelin swag, they are smooth and easy on the ears. It's hard not to get swept up in the moment and it’s never easy to fully capture to readers how great of a show they put on. Vocalist, Jesse Sorensen has the blues running through his veins, an old soul in a young man’s body that clearly lives and breathes what he does and it shows. A tight band that sound years above their average ages…”

http://www.muzic.net.nz/articles/reviews/63153/gig-review-the-forge-of-his-masters-downfall-kings-arms-auckland-5032016

 

 Rock Bandom Radio, Canada. by Scotty D Salter

 Vocally supreme, Lyrically superb and the music is big time kick ass. Listening to them takes you on a journey like no other, both calming, trippy, hard hitting, fast paced and edgy. A must have in your music collection…”

http://rockbandom.com/his-masters-voice/

 

 “… Im sick of it (blues) sounding so generic (His Masters Voices music) its a breath of fresh air that I think has worldwide musical value

  • Zorran Mendonsa (Producer/Engineer)

 

 The 13th Floor’s Tove Partington had this to say…

“… Everything you ever wanted from the love child of metal and dirty blues has come true with His Masters Voice. After only five shows, they have already made it to my bands you must see before you dielist…”

[http://13thfloor.co.nz/2013/08/17/his-masters-voice-at-back-beat/]

 

NZ Musician Album Review by Stu Edwards

While His Masters Voice has harvested a classic sound, Follow Me Down dishes up a modern flavour that could comfortably stack up next to modern icons such Black Stone Cherry or Mastodon. Bonus live track Lucid Dream is a weighty eight minute insight into what the band are all about

http://www.nzmusician.co.nz/index.php/pi_pageid/10/pi_albumid/2435

 

 NZM Fresh Talent - Clovis McEvoy

Like a smouldering volcano, His Masters Voice have heaved into Aucklands live music scene and with just a two-week turnaround from stepping into the studio to the release of their debut EP, it would appear the band could erupt anytime…”

“…Possessionmanages to be satisfyingly heavy, while offering up more than enough surprises to keep the listener hooked

http://www.nzmusician.com/ps_pagename/article/pi_articleid/3949/Fresh-Talent-His-Masters-Voice