Here are some excerpts from world-wide Reviews of the "Run Wild" album.
DangerDog Music Reviews
"Holy expletive: The Gray Lions rock."
"...catchy hooks with melody... to draw you in and get your tor tapping"
"Rubinstein is marvelous: honest, sometimes raw, but always on point."
"...those who appreciate the roots of rock, will find The Gray Lions' contemporary delivery of classic rock quite exciting."
"Think outside the current modern rock box and dig The Gray Lions' Run Wild: you won't be disappointed."
Music Street Journal Review
"This is a great debut CD...."
"It's a very bold recording with a big vibrant sound."
"...a disc worth revisiting time and again ... explosive and infectious sound and energy."
"Luck of the Draw... An epic number with huge hooks and crushing guitar...."
Sea of Tranquility Review
"They play '70s and '80s era rock and roll and do it with pizzazz."
"The gray may be freely flowing through their hair, but the music still rocks from their souls."
"... Ramones meet Meatloaf..."
"... hard rock the way we remember it."
"Nestled somewhere between Brownsville Station, Grand Funk Railroad and the Razzle Dazzle Show lies a territory that is owned by The Gray Lions."
"This might be the bands debut cd but these guys aren't noobs."
"...the friendship between Hudson and Marc has not only evolved their creative minds, but it delivers a very modern sounding classic rock record..."
"... the surprising thing is how classy the songs come across..."
"...you will definitely find something to rave about. Check it out!!!"
"...slick package of pure rockin' rock! Clever lyrics, inside out cliches, hot licks, big hooks, and dramatic vocals make these Lions' roars top notch."
One Track Mind - Smaug's Revenge
"The track opens with a snug guitar groove and this perfectly wrought old-school lyric filled with fantasy and wonder."
"You hear bits of Ronnie James Dio's mystical portent, the f-you inventiveness of Frank Zappa. Then, like "Mr. Roboto" smashing through the Styx catalog,
that endearing menace is blown to bits as the Gray Lions bolt out into a sweeping repeated chorus straight out of the Beatles playbook."