This is what Peter Braidis of Indie-Music.com had to say about "Iron Mountain Train":
Now we're talkin'! Arkansas has a serious Southern Rock band with CashboX, who follow all the rules and do so very, very well. The most noticeable thing about the band is the killer vocals of singer Andrew Brannon. Man, can this cat sing. He has an awesome voice for Southern Rock. You couldn't draw it up any better than this.
"Rain Pours Down" sets the mood perfectly with the lyrics, vocals and musical backing dead on. I couldn't pretend to know what the hell "Fear The Beard" is about, but it doth rock anyway. Maybe they're frightened of ZZ Top or Grizzly Adams.
In any case, Brannon really does sound an awful lot like the late Ronnie Van Zant of Lynyrd Skynyrd fame or Ronnie's bro' Johnny Van Zant who sings for the band now.
There's even a touching, acoustic based track "Van Zant" which is a tribute to Ronnie, and it's fantastic. Some great referencing lyrics are there too, such as, "Our mommas told us to all be simple men, write me a song like you did back then, sometimes I wanna fly like a free bird, and follow my dreams, I just can't find the words". The song soars to the heavens with it's inspirational chorus and the spirit of Southern Rock is felt very strongly here with much respect given to one of the great ones.
Simply put, these guys rule.
"Strong riffs, clever ideas, matching lyrics, all wrapped in a beautiful box filled with only the necessary info. The band is not afraid of dealing neither with the dirty nor the clean road ahead. The cd opens with a clever intro, leading naturally to the first song named “iron mountain train” witch exists as an acoustic version on the end of the album as well and seems to be the favorite of the band, given that the album has the same name The influences from lynyrd skynyrd, Nickelback, Creed, and in some cases even Pearl jam, are obvious and welcome all over the album, without drastic variations along the way, succeeding in not becoming boring in any way. Easy to listen, and familiar sounding, can be a musical background throughout the day without bothering the listener, but also without standing out. "
— www.southernrock.gr, Album Review