Press

“No real filler and it’s definitely a grower for a quiet night, so turn the lights low and give it a listen.” – The Power Popaholic, February 9, 2017

“It’s similar to the feeling of listening to Marquee Moon in a dark bedroom.” – Selective Memory, December 29, 2016

“… a terrific release from Bloodthirsty Virgins”- Curt Schieber, Invisible Hits Hour, December 18, 2016

“this album has SERIOUS potential to end up in Quentin Tarantino’s arsenal of film artillery … Satisfying for my first time.” – The Rogers Revue, December 1, 2016

Bloodthirsty Virgins brings the drama on cinematic debut – Columbus Alive, November 3, 2016

Bloodthirsty Virgins – Columbus Dispatch, March 10, 2016

The List: 11 favored cover songs as chosen by local musicians – Columbus Alive, September 24, 2015

“Hey, Fred!” [COMFEST EDITION] – Screen of Distance, June 14, 2015
“Nikki Wonder’s one of my favorite singers and entertainers to ever walk across a Columbus stage. For a few years in the early ’00s, her band Jack Neat with their blend of torchy vocals, noir twang guitar and a swinging rhythm section, were my favorite band in town. Her new project, Bloodthirsty Virgins, features a stellar cast of musicians backing her including Scott Gorsuch on guitars, Keith Hanlon on drums and percussion, and James Wooster on bass. I finally caught them a few months ago and it delivered on all that promise and history in spades. Start your Saturday – and scour off your hangover – with something that really has teeth.”

614Cast: Comfest – Panel discussion on Columbus’ community festival, singling out Bloodthirsty Virgins’ scheduled show as one to catch.

Alive’s picks for the ComFest 2015 bands not to miss – Columbus Alive, June 25, 2015
“Andy Downing described these guys in a recent Sensory Overload column as a band you might hear on a Quentin Tarantino soundtrack, particularly for his upcoming western “The Hateful Eight,” and that’s about as apt a description as I can give. Another apt comparison: Ennio Morricone, which makes this a perfectly memorable soundtrack to your early ComFest Saturday.”

Sensory Overload: Bloodthirsty Virgins make sure the first time goes smoothly – Columbus Alive, March 12, 2015