Distinctive audio demeanor defined by emotionally disturbed imagery, slinky horror-struck guitar gnawings, bizarre and incongruous samplings, shared boy/girl lead vocals, and the lively theatrics of Ali Garrigan...MOO Magazine In the mid-90's Queue Up was a musical force to be reckoned with. With it's dark lyrics, distinctive audio demeanor, emotionally disturbed imagery, slinky horror-struck guitars, diamond-cutting-glass vocals and over-the-top stage theatrics it was one of the strongest draws around. It's success included a widely distributed CD-Possession, frequent touring, and a slot at Lollapalooza. When the band dissolved, it was on good terms with itself and it's public. Over the years, many fans have remained true to them, even in the band's physical absence. Now, years later, Queue Up is back. Guitarist/Writer Dennis Yurich and Vocalist/Writer Ali Garrigan (who was Hernan in the band's original inception) have rejoined to bring on a newer, leaner, more visceral incarnation of the darkly enigmatic, vivid Gothic/Industrial band that was... Truly enigmatic, Queue Up have created an original sound by incorporating different musical styles in an unconventional fashion...Scene Magazine Ali Garriagn brings a slightly gothic, theatrical quality to the band's music. Together they make music that is vivid, dramatic, rhythmic and hooky...US Rocker Magazine.