Of their 2009 debut cd, Rodentia Magazine said, “Few albums take me by such a complete surprise as the debut by Phantom of the Black Hills’ ‘Ghosts’….one of the best albums of 2009” and Wolves Hollow stated: “If Glenn Danzig and Al Jourgensen stayed up all night listening to old Porter Wagoner and Hank Sr. records and drinking homemade corn liquor, then decided to make an album together, it still wouldn’t come close to the bleak, inventive darkness of this eleven-track hatework. Can’t recommend it enough.”
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