The Northwestern kings of gritty, nostalgic garage punk. This time around organ adds to the haunting appeal of an already bleak, party-like presence that the Devils have had since day one. And with the drunken anthems of "Rum to Whisky" and "I Drink the Wine," the all-around results of "In Name and Blood" equal a dark-humored rock & roll extravaganza.
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Kevin from Houston, TX
Sep 11 2009
Awesome! From "I Drink The Wine" to the end! This band is a no frills, no bullshit act. Straight forward raw delivery of soulful punk rock. I don't think there has ever been a more forceful punk band. It's cool that they are reuniting once and while to play shows.
Michael from Dover, Afb, DE
Aug 24 2003
my personal favorite mcd record. a nice solid record. too bad they didnt stick around and put out a few more records.
Paul from Lusby, MD
Sep 9 2002
There are so many bands that can't be compared to The Murder City Devils. When I first got Thelema, I knew how they sounded from friends stereos and what they have told me before I listened to them and I instantly loved that album but there weren't a lot of songs. So, a couple months later when I decided to get another Murder City Devils EP, I was sure to get In Name and Blood. It was money well spent I suppose. I am without money now but I am glad to be poor and with a new CD.