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“Werewolves in Siberia, one of the most kick-ass synthwave projects out there…”

Tim Murr for PopShifter – read the full write-up here.
“once again the wicked Werewolves die-liver a sonic assault of pure synth frenzy”

Daniel XIII for The Outre Eye on Transcontinental Road Race- read the full write-up here.

“pure nostalgic bliss that immediately transports the listener back in time to the halcyon days when stalk ’n’ slay ruled the rental roost. SLICE comes across like the unholy (but rad-ass) merging of Carpenter and Manfredini — great synth hook combines with atmospheric ambient sounds to create the ultimate slasher soundtrack!”
Daniel XIII for Famous Monsters of Filmland Magazine – Read the full write-up here.

“Werewolves In Siberia’s beats are more like Dr. Dre holding a candlelit seance in a graveyard…”
ForestPunk for ForestPunk blog – Read the full review of Slasher here.

“THE DEAD HOUSE offers up a heady mix of electronic soundscapes that will fill the black lil’ hearts of any lover of John Carpenter’s scores with ghoulish glee.”
Daniel XIII for Famous Monsters of Filmland – Read the full review here.

“it draws you in then padlocks you to the old rocking chair in Grandma’s bedroom. There is no escape. It is atmospheric, haunting and just plain stunning.”
UKHorrorScene.com – read the full write-up on The Dead House here.

“Creepy kids, if you haven’t heard of Werewolves in Siberia yet—what are you doing with your life?”
Lisa Lunney (LittleMissTrainwreck.com) – read the full write-up here.

Essential albums guest blog post for Stranger with Friction.
Read the post here.

“Imagine John Carpenter’s signature fat, deep analog electro synth sound thrown into an aural blender and fed to a cyborg lycanthrope. You have the basic idea of how WEREWOLVES IN SIBERIA sounds.  Seriously, the band sounds like that.”
Read the Q&A with Fangoria here.

“Alive with dread, intensity and eccentricity.”
Fangoria Musick
Read the Fangoria Musick bio here.

“It’s dark, contemplative, and delightfully evocative.”
Lycanthropology101.com
Read the full article/interview here.

“one of the most exciting new music projects in years”
Daniel XIII, The Retroist
Read the full article/interview here.

“If you are a fan of the horror genre, in it’s many forms and guises, you can immediately feel a definite presence, an influence if you’d prefer, within the synth melodies, drum and electronic beats.”
Cult, Horror-Writers.net
Read the full review here.

“I could see this used as themes for characters or just action taking place on the screen.”
Mister Frights, MrFrights.com
Read the full review here.

“From the very first listen Beyond the City of the Dead drags you into a world that WIS have masterfully created and for the next ten tracks captivate the audience guiding them through an aural journey which they will be thankful they were along for the ride for and wanting repeated visits in the foreseeable future.”
Mark Pidgeon, UK Horror Scene
Read the full review here.

“‘The Rising’ will not inspire you to dance, ‘The Rising’ will inspire you to turn all the lights on and lock all the doors and windows.”
Lucas Klaukien, Paranoid Hitsophrenic (July 9, 2013)
Read the full review here.

“The Rising” makes Louder Than War’s list of top 100 albums of 2013 so far.
LouderThanWar.com (July 14, 2013)
Check it out here.

“Influenced by the minimalist tones of John Carpenter’s early soundtracks and the nightmarish multi-layered compositions of Goblin, Werewolves’ first album, The Rising, paints an audioscape that dares the listener to mentally design creepy narratives of his/her own. This is the music that you will write your film to.”
Gabriele Zuccarini, ZombieHamster.com (July 2, 2013)
Read the full article/interview here.

“one of the most unique sounds in music”
Lisa Lunney, Punk Globe Magazine (June 3, 2013)
Read the full review here.

Werewolves in Siberia Talk Horror Movies – read the Little Miss Trainwreck article here.

Werewolves in Siberia Talk Music Influences – read the guest post for Little Miss Trainwreck here.

“The music is hugely reminiscent of 1970’s/80’s Slasher films whilst carrying the Euro dread of a late 60’s Giallo.” “You can relax, close your eyes and almost build the horror film mentally.”
Andy Deen, UKHorrorScene.com (May 7, 2013)
Read the full review here.

“Wallow amongst soundtracks which are perfect for the following activities: (a) Donning overalls and sharpening machetes, (b) Wearing shiny black leather gloves and playing with cutthroat razors, (c) Pretending that you’re hiding from the cat”
Collin McCracken, Zombie Hamster via Facebook (April 24, 2013)
Read the full post here.

“Seven tracks of low-budget, horror-themed synth rock, sparse metallic beats and arpeggiated laser sounds. You can almost hear the squeak of a VHS player and the heavy panting of an actor sweating it out in a bad monster costume in the background.”
-Josh Gross, Boise Weekly (July 10, 2013)
Read the full review here.

“The music playing while the end credits roll? That’s what “synth-horror” project Werewolves in Siberia sounds like.”
Michael Deeds, Idaho Statesman (April 9, 2013)
Read the full review here.

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