"Shadow Hound is growing fast with notoriety among the Houston rock circuit. Lately they have been playing a pretty heavy rotation at Jet Lounge, The Big Top, Walter's, Rudyard's and Fitzgerald's ending as the night's headlining band. Music fans are packing in more and more each time. The band's sound gives a new state in reformation of music. Heavy fast pumping bass riffs, a cool melodic voice of reasoning, and one crazy ass hard hitting drummer who has been known to bust drum heads during shows. These three guys give it their all every show, yet still have a humble and grateful appreciation towards their fans and anyone else who will stop and listen." - Brandy Ankrom
"As the afternoon went on the acts became a more music-centric bunch with fewer budding stand-up routines on display. Shadow Hound turned out an inspired, albeit brief, revival of Iggy Pop tinged "Stoner-Pop" to an enthusiastic crowd at Big Top, but stole the audience's hearts more effectively when singer Casey Horn rushed off stage to his mother after the set, greeting her with a sweaty hug and smile." - Houston Press
Shadow Hound formed from the wreckage of the Houston suburb scene. In a mess of drug addiction, dead end jobs, and closed doors, Shadow Hound breaks through and reminds us we can always find a light... if we can punch through a wall... "
"I look around at the shit sidewalks overgrown with trees that you can't even walk on. I see starving people in the streets falling further into this stretched thin economy. I see rich people still not giving a shit. I see a haze of nu-metal, indie, and rap rock that has been looming over this city since I could remember. I see this wall and I need to smash it. I see these people telling me it's not worth it and I want to kick their teeth in. Maybe only some of you are worthy. Maybe none of you are. But I'm building an army, and I want you to join." - Casey Horn