“Just when you thought it was safe to bend over and slide that holiday gift under the ol’ Christmas tree, the lads of Thunderhose sneak up behind you with a little, (or not so little), surprise of their own. A little X-mas ditty titled, “Backside Santa”. These south county rockers have delivered a little yuletide treat that will have you hangin’ x-mas balls from your shriveled sack. Yes, “Backside Santa” really gets you in the mood for a little holiday in and out as they tear open those gift wrapped guitar driven hooks and jolly jingle down beats that will have you pumping for more. We never knew Santa could deliver gifts of such deeply penetrating delight! So turn those holiday lights down low, lube up your love ones and buck back to the hard pounding rhythms that define the spirit of the season with these few words, “It is better to receive then to give”, and “Backside Santa” will have you dreaming of sugar plum dildos and peppermint flavored butt plugs”…….
“His name is Bobby, he looks like a potato. He lives in Mojave in a Winnebago”. From Frank Zappa and the mothers of invention.
"Thunderhose has done it again. Just when you think they have driven the bus clearly off the cliff, they steer the beast back on track with their collective mullets on fire in their new offering “Metal detector”. This “thundering” bit of guitar melting, mind dissolving madness breeches every orifice with a three cord attack that leaves gray matter oozing like a .357 shot to the brain pan.
"Anders Lasater grew up wanting to be an architect or a drummer in a rock band. After obtaining a bachelor's and a master's degree in architecture, the architect part came pretty easily. Now with the formation of Thunderhose, both of Ander's boyhood dreams have come true."
"The song ["Sweet Meat"] is a subtle masterpiece. The lyrics describe the angst and pent up frustrations of the sexually driven and clearly hopeless youth of America. It takes us down a dark road into the alley of despair where the only hope for relief is found in ones left hand and an almost dry bottle of lotion. A true anthem to the jobless college grads whose only path is straight to the crack house! Driven by a relentless monster guitar riff and a Bonham-esque canon like beat, “SWEET MEAT” will go down in the annals or anals of rock history as a true tribute to our troubled times."
"I have always been a big fan of Thunderhose. My fondest memory is jamming with you guys."
"I've never really heard their music, but the guys seem really nice and they buy a lot of booze from me. I hope to get promoted soon."