The Bombshells evolved from 'The Hellhouse', a House in the downtown Los Angeles area that was converted into an underground club, promoting '77 style, punk rock bands. Influenced by such bands as The Ramones, The Sex Pistols, Johnny Thunders, The Business and The Stooges, The Bombshells cultivated their relentlessly driving, anthemic style of music to create an outlet for their fans that simply refuse to let original punk rock die. Skratch Sept 2004 THE BOMBSHELLS THE BOMBSHELLS SELF-RELEASED The Bombshells are playing a role. They have cast themselves into the Iggy Pop/Stooges vein of rock 'n' roll. A lot of cats venture down this avenue, and most of them make jackasses out of themselves. The Bombshells make believable rock. Like I say, The Bombshells are committed to their roles. Lead singer Miguel Hell is full-blown playing the part?and he loves it, you can tell. He is great at the mic. Like The Ramones, The Bombshells' songs are short on lyrics and guitar solos. The Bombshells are patriots for a certain kind of religion. Like the fire-eaters in the freak shows of the night, they're just keeping an art form alive. All hail the Michigan rock straight out of the garage and into infinity. Amen. -H. Barry Zimmerman Skratch Sept 2004.