Warriors & Warlocks
'Romantic songs about sweaty barbarians, hillbilly zombies, robot Jesuses, Mr. T, and football... dangerously wacky great stuff... a Whitman sampler of rock styles being spoofed here - from death metal to classic rock to 70s MOR pop [all sounding suspiciously like casio-loving electronica]... ultimately this CD is triumphant like Conan standing atop a mountain of bloody bodies. The title track is so great in it's celebration of Dungeon and Dragonry that it alone justifies that you MUST buy this...' - Roctober 'Warriors & Warlocks is far more fun than it has any right to be... even all of the goofiness can't hide the fact that the Mystechs are really good at what they do, and the songs that they craft are far better than most folks might be willing to give them credit for... The title track's lyrics may contain references to crimson dragons, goblins, demons, dungeons, and of course, warriors and warlocks, but it's still a touching - if clever and quirky - ode to teen alienation... much quirkier and more inventive than most of the indie pop that folks hear about.' - Opus 'This band and everyone associated with them should be banned from producing music.... It's the musical equivalent of a so-bad-it's-bad public access tv skit show.' - Read Magazine.