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God Forbid / Press

“Spellbinding...their greatest achievement. A balls-out onslaught of purest steel and musical intelligence...the sound of a great band becoming very special indeed.”

Kerrang!

“Spellbinding...their greatest achievement. A balls-out onslaught of purest steel and musical intelligence...the sound of a great band becoming very special indeed.”

Kerrang!

“A band pushing itself into new realms of melody, harmony and diversity. A brave, boundary-busting disc.”

Metal Edge

“The band's career statement, a stunning sweep of a concept album that should transcend GOD FORBID's stature into the pantheon of anointed metal royalty.”

Metal Maniacs

“World class...a phenomenal extent of work and thought went into every bar. Bloody fantastic.”

Metal Hammer

“Conversely explosive, pummeling, psychedelic, atmospheric and doomy, Constitution of Treason is the metal masterwork of the year.”

BW&BK

“The most dynamic and devastating offering yet...a thought-provoking conceptual opus that will undoubtedly stand the test of time.”

Guitar World

“Their most ambitious record yet...the band soars above the competition.”

Revolver

“An interesting, extraordinary metal record, with a palatable maturity that allows the group to embellish their Swedish-influenced sound with harmonious counterpoints.”

Alternative Press

“Modern-day metal at its finest, with hooks galore, solos aplenty, intelligent songwriting, chilling melodies and tons of whiplash-inducing stomp. 10/10”

Outburn

“An effective mix of power metal, dark metal and hardcore...an absolute triumph, and a statement piece not only for themselves, but for the genre itself.”

AMP

“Sophisticated arrangements that move beyond the brutal pummeling preferred by many of the band's peers.”

Time Out New York

“GOD FORBID are a devastating live stampede indeed, and their new Constitution of Treason maintains the momentum.”

LA Weekly

“GOD FORBID have transformed themselves into genuine heavyweight contenders.”

Decibel