'Calvary Mountains... what a song and superb album this most definitely is'
(3 and 1/2 stars out of 5, MAVERICK)
'Mesmerizing through its invocations of myth, magick, and Mississipi'
(Nick West, BUCKETFULL OF BRAINS)
'Music for dancing on a grave, a fine display of dark misery'
(7/10 - Lynne Pettinger, AMERICANA UK)
'It is incredible how a music so dark can warm one’s heart'
(8/10 - Roberto Curti, BLOW UP)
'Miller's voice conjures a life lived at the bottom of a whiskey bottle and an unhealthy acquaintance with a draughty boxcar'
(Trevor Raggatt, ROCK N REEL)
'Folk noir is definitely the new black rock and Trent Miller wears it well'
(Jamie Hailstone, BEARDED MAGAZINE)
'Miller picks at the scabs of humanity and peers into the abyss of his tortured soul. Death and decay are never far away'
(7/10 - Christopher Nosnibor, WHISPERIN' AND HOLLERIN')
'Trent Miller has produced an album of gothic country that legends like Willie Nelson and Steve Earle would be proud of'
(Neil Richardson, ROOM THIRTEEN)
'With William Faulkner on the reading list, Miller isn't here to send you skipping into the world on beams of light. This is dark Americana tales about bad stuff'
(Mike Davies, NETRHYTHMS)
'This is music straight from the (blackened) heart of an old century - Edgar Allen Poetics, if you will - that will prevail long after the man that made it is dust and bones'
(Mischa Pearlman, BACKLASH MAGAZINE)
'He brings 'Nebraska' era Springsteen to mind'
(Mark Rowland, PENNYBLACK MUSIC)
'An album that grows on you, and repays repeated listens'
'Although you feel Miller hasn't quite sold his soul at the crossroads, he may have temporarily loaned it'
(Allan Wilkinson, NORTHERN SKY)
'The best of Trent’s work stands comparison with the best of renegade gothic-country and has the power to haunt your waking hours'
(David Kidman, FOLK AND ROOTS)
'Trent channels Guy Kyser’s voice without sounding like a copy of TWR. His songwriting is wonderful and well worth the effort to hunt down'
(Michael L. Compton, THE TOP OF MY HEAD)
'With a voice straight out of Hades, Trent Miller certainly lives up to his debut album's title'
(Susan Darlington, MORNING STAR)
'A Tarantinoesque take on Americana, a set of gothic country spirited songs that fall on our ears with the weight of gravestones and the meloncollie of mourning'
(THE HEAR HORN)
'His debut album is full of dark and doomy songs that will appeal to fans of bands such as The National'
(7/10 - Nigel Thornton, PETERBOROUGH EVENING TELEGRAPH)
'Tales of graveyards, lust, empty bottles and murder delivered in the Donovan/Dylan style of the mid sixties'
(GET READY TO ROCK)
'I had hoped for something tortured and heart-wrenching, but unfortunately I like my depressing music a few notches more convincingly miserable than Cerberus'
(Kate Lewis, ACOUSTIC MAGAZINE)
'This is Folk music with a punkish undertone. Think of a Leonard Cohen devoid of wit and personality'
(Bob Chaffey, BLUES MATTERS)