The Men That Will not be blamed for nothing



"Coruscatingly loud and extremely funny" - The Guardian


“Probably the maddest, most original punk band around… their first genuine masterpiece” 9/10 - Louder Than War


“There’s no doubting their musical competence” 7/10- Vive La Rock (print)


“Fiendishly entertaining… a taste worth acquiring” 7.5/10- Terrorizer (print)


“Not to be missed at any cost”- 8/10 Toxic Online


“There’s an anger and an energy to these songs...give us a good clutch of songs for protesting injustice, in whatever century it is encountered.” 7/10 - Drowned In Sound


a band who really command their powers and who can pogo from punk to the long-haired thrash of a mosh-pit in the blink of an eye. They’re a really tight bunch of lunatics” - Echoes and Dust


“A devilishly good album: lyrically sharp, musically tight with a sympathetic production” ✭✭✭✭ -


“One of the best bands in Britain today, steampunk or otherwise”- ✭✭✭✭½ Pure Rawk


“Much more than just a steampunk band, and much, much more than a gimmick, 'Not Your Typical Victorians' is an excellent listen and continues to define how bands of their ilk should approach the art.” - UberRock


“They’ve come back stronger and better than ever. And they’re only gonna get bigger, ...currently the best rock show in town.” FREQ


“Some of the most erudite and cutting lyrics you’re likely to hear in a hell of a long time, all set to music that whilst outwardly simple, is highly skilled...damnably  enjoyable” 8/10


joyous, rip-roaring blasts of fun that will whip any audience into a frenzy...all the right elements to create a really striking and memorable record”- UK Scumscene