Reviews
Hails and Horns Magazine October 2012
Friday, 05 October 2012 08:54
"Spider Rockets display a no-nonsense and straightforward approach pumping through an arena-ready throbbing hard rock pulse on their latest release 'Bitten.' This seasoned New Jersey quartet boasts an alluring female lead vocalist whose powerful pipes take the unit’s slickly produced modern hard rock anthems to more soulful places than expected (“Nothing Left”). Displaying the versatility to run you over with nasty riffs and brazen attitude (“Going Down”) or uplift the mood with a stellar party jam galvanized with big rock guitars (“Better When It’s Loud”), Spider Rockets produce solidly written and surprisingly heavy hard rock with a sound that begs to be played for the masses (“So High”)." Mike SOS, Hails and Horns Magazine, 10/12
 
BabySue August 2012
Wednesday, 08 August 2012 11:37
"Loud ballsy pop/rock played with conviction and attitude.... These songs have an explosive exciting sound that sets [Spider Rockets] apart from other bands." Babysue.com, 8/12
 
Don Jamieson from "That Metal Show" June 2012
Thursday, 21 June 2012 07:09
"Spider Rockets are a fresh, new heavy rock band with great chops, energetic songs and a front WOMAN with lots of range. 'Bitten' rocks from beginning to end and their cover is of Golden Earring's 'Twilight Zone' is catchy as hell. They are the new Youth Gone Wild!" Don Jamieson, June 2012
 
MetalOdyssey.com June 2012
Tuesday, 19 June 2012 06:56
“Bitten is one of the BEST albums I’ve listened to across ALL rock genres thus far in 2012. Spider Rockets are the missing F’n link in today’s American Heavy Music." Stone, MetalOdyssey.com, 6/12
 
AntiMusic.com June 2012
Thursday, 14 June 2012 10:18
"With an insistent bass riff and powerful drumming Bitten's opening track 'Going Down' could be a reference to someone getting beat up or arrested. But singer Helena Cos doesn't leave any room for interpretation; she's using the term as it might be whispered in the bedroom except that she's not whispering and she's not taking no for an answer. Forcefulness but not bombast prevails throughout the album.... Spider Rockets seemingly has everything going here to breakthrough: well-written songs full of slashing guitars and swagger, a sexy and sassy front woman and just enough innuendo to keep a knowing grin on the listener's face." Kevin Wierzbicki, AntiMusic.com, 6/12
 
Exclaim.ca June 2012
Monday, 11 June 2012 21:54
“Undeniably fun.... while the band show their chops... ‘Break’ features the best Slash guitar solo this side of, well, Slash.” Greg Pratt, Exclaim.ca, 6/12
 
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