Say Go

by White Demons

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"Their masterpiece "Say Go" indicates they can write a savagely stupid epic. If they have an album's worth of material this good, they are destined to be the first bad boy band of the 21st Century to make a difference." Kim Fowley

Songs from “Say Go” like the title track, “Tear It Up”, “Spit on My Liver” and "It's All About the Rock" have turned up in movies (American Pie, The Naked Mile, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Sniper Reloaded) movie trailers and television shows (Shameless, 90210, Glen Martin, DDS, Lie to Me, Fat-N-Furious, XOX Betsey Johnson and the Canadian TV series Whistler).

Rock is about the only thing keeping me alive and White Demons are saving my soul. This rock quartet is exploding out of Arizona at a fast and furious pace. This CD is just what the doctor ordered. 10 tracks of pure adulterated glam, trash, and sleaze rock and roll pumping energy through every vein..." Lucky SugarBuzz Magazine

"Ten leather jacket bound rock n roll explosions from this American bunch of rockers. Dirt caked melodies, guitars dripping with oil as they solo over headbanging riffage while the sweat mingles with the blood that is no doubt spilt at riotous gigs. Punk energy bolstered with some metal hardness and chant along choruses that are just aching for fist in the air action and some air guitar theatrics. Everything you would expect from a band that has songs titled Spit On My Liver, Pill and Its All About The Rock, which in this case it is and they do it exceptionally well, so if you like stuff such as Turbonegro and The Yo-Yos and all things in-between you are going to love these guys..."
Grebo Vanity Project

"White Demons, in a word, is a loud band. Coming from the pure rock scene that's given us the likes of the Hellacopters, the Backyard Babies and the Space Cowboys, White Demons rock just as hard as those bands, albeit in a slightly different way." David Perri Teeth of the Divine

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released July 7, 2006

2005 Recorded , mixed and mastered by Larry Elyea @ Digital Minds Eye Studios Glendale, AZ

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