"Karl Stoll and the Danger Zone have transcended the loneliness and disease of lockdown to produce an energetic, celebratory, and immensely danceable trajectory through musical genre, from blues to soul to distinctive decades of rock and roll.
The Workhouse proposes a counter narrative to pandemic fatigue and pervasive uncertainty, and, in so doing, tells an essential story, in which the human spirit finds agency over the human condition." - Leanne Tankel, Americana Highways
They’re a boisterous mixture of electric blues rock, ensemble blues, roots and Americana. A few slow-dance numbers appear (“Open Your Arms,” “Sometimes,” and “Fantasy Girl”), but for the most part, they’re fast and furious. - Blues Blast Magazine
"Karl Stoll and the Danger Zone can make it happen. They know how to deliver." - Steven Birt, Sound Waves Magazine
"Karl Stoll is also one of those inconspicuous and somewhat lesser-known artists, who demands the necessary attention .." - Rootstime.be
"Undoubtedly my album of the week, my discovery of the month!…” - Eric Schuurmans, Rootstime (Belgium)
"A pure roots rock party on a platter" - Chris Specter, Midwest Record
"You hit the ground running with that New Orleans track." - Ken Avis, Antidote, WERA-FM (Arlington, VA)