“…Contemporary touchstones are Type O Negative and Mastodon’s artier moments. …The results are exceptional and impressive.” Classic Rock Magazine (UK) April 2009.
“Trippy textures and trances melt into ominous simmering…psychotronic sensations before slowly coalescing together again.” Creem Magazine & Detroit Metro Times Sept 2008.
“They resemble a more inspired Soundgarden with a bigger paintbox… It’s an aural entente between UK and US psych templates, no less…” Shindig! Magazine Dec 2008.
“There is so much going on within this album that it takes many plays to fully explore the multi layers and sometimes disguised dimensions it contains. The production…is first class. …not only rewarding but is also fascinating and compelling. It is a brave move…” Blog Critics Mag/Seattle Examiner Online Aug 2008.
“And the thing is, these kids rock. …Different songs (would) be described as everything from classic rock to feedback experimentation to folk to perhaps even Celtic in its epic descriptions of landscape and emotional impact. …Works as an homage to Syd Barrett in a “song about a girl, a sitar, and modern pharmakinetics… …with a Floydishly acoustic accompaniment.” Blog Critics Mag/ Seattle Examiner Online July 2008.
Edited by psycheclectic on 29 Mar 2012, 04:14
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Noted in document: Classic Rock Magazine, William Weikart, Psycheclectic Records, In Music We Trust, Burnside Distribution.
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