"Absolutely brilliant album." - Chris MacIntosh (WCWP 88.1 FM, Woodmere, NY).
Amplifier Magazine Review of Orphans, Misfits by Brian Baker
King Never has been around in various forms for nearly a decade. The band was launched by guitarist Matt McCabe in the mid '90s as an experiment in realtime looping and ambient/rock genre blending. Orphans, Misfits & Fragments is only King Never's second full album in its ten year history, and it's clear from the finished product that McCabe has spent a great deal of time painstakingly assembling the album's evocative and entrancing content. McCabe's ambient looping creates a cerebral texture that serves as a soft foundation for his more traditional rock song structures and visceral and sinewy guitar flights. The result is an atmospheric blend of Brian Eno's dreamy meanderings and the prog/pop guitar tension of King Crimson's Robert Fripp and Adrian Belew.