“Resistance,” with it’s “six feet underground” refrain and mad-as-hell riffery is as certain to imprison your ear as the first time you ever heard “Paradise City.” Read the entire review here. And you should, it starts off with “F**k Axl Rose. Go ahead, read it here.
“I’ve seen this band grow, and they truly are a force to be reckoned with…”
“…powerful songs that go the distance – if you like it heavy this one’s all you.”
“Diablo Royale, a gritty heavy metal act with real musicianship, played loud but didn’t rely on volume. Without any gimmicks, they stole the night by channeling Soundgarden and Rage Against The Machine with a classic ’90s sound made modern that would play well to larger arenas.”
Ted Reyes of PopTimes Magazine has written the most in depth review of Greedy Dogs yet. Check it out here.
“The message of the songs in this EP is truly as important as the breath-taking music, unlike some hard-rock releases that only cater to the animal in people with the music and never the rational part in the lyrics.”
“This is not an album for the morning shower, or the commute, or break time on the job, or a steamy one-night stand — this is an album for all of those situations.”
“Containing a striking balance of timeless commercial appeal and balls to the wall attitude, Diablo Royale’s blazing twin guitar assault, uncompromising crunch and down and dirty hard rock swagger captures the grittiness of their hometown with a bevy of hooks ready to rock the masses.”
“Greedy Dogs is a slavering beast of an album, as aggro as Pantera, as slick and sleazy as their neighbours’ sex slaves, and as heavy as at least two tons of bricks.”
“..they are continuing the hard rock tradition which in today’s music market is noticeably refreshing. If you are tired of wave after wave of hipster synth-pop and are jonesing for some balls out rock give Greedy Dogs a whirl.”
“…a sonic punch in the face.”
“Diablo Royale is like eye candy for a metal diabetic”