"Zombie vs. Shark play proto-punkish rock n' roll-the kind of stuff that came out of the early/mid-70s with heavy inspiration from late-60s Detroit - "Wunderkind" nods to Sonic Rendezvous Band. It's rock n' roll, nothing more, nothing less. "Dogs and Guns" takes a straighforward High Time-era MC5 approach, rocking the stereo with call and response verse and a catchy, sing-a-long chorus. When it comes down to it, this is just unpretentious - the kind of thing you want to hear in your favorite bar while drinking with friends after a tiring week. So grab a beer."
- Chuck Foster, The Big Takeover #70 (May 25, 2012
"Norman’s Zombie vs. Shark embody a lot of the purest tenets of rock ’n’ roll, the foremost being the long- standing premise that loud, rude guitar music is one of the best, most fun ways of waggling a middle finger in the face of The Man." "In everything they do — aesthetic, lyrics, garish performances — the guys behind Zombie vs. Shark challenge conventional lifestyles without wandering off into sonically dissuasive territory. May they forever rock."
- Matt Carney, Oklahoma Gazette (Nov 22, 2011)