"Intelligent and well-thought out metal. Some of the softer moments are the best shit I have heard in a long time. Keep it up and the future is bright!"
— Dan Swano (Edge of Sanity, Ex. Bloodbath)
"Hard to place this young Canadian band in one category...yes, they are melodic, but their death metal is also extremely heavy and dark...somewhere between Arsis and Children Of Bodom...maybe..."
— The Omega Order/ The End Records
"It’s evident that the band knows all the elements required for an ass-kicking metal song, and they’ve put it all into the track, sparing nothing at all. The vocals sound like a bear whirling in a blender, with strong drumming and nifty footwork thrown in for good measure."
"A must buy for any budding metal guitarist, and any fan of Arch Enemy, Dark Tranquility, Opeth and maybe even Meshuggah and Children Of Bodom!"
"Blood for Lies is the type of song that should get the most apathetic listener into the pit and highlights the band's songwriting skills and musicianship."
"World Of Ruin possesses great harmonies and melodies... With these melodies, it’s hard to forget the various donations of great solos played around, the lead guitarist and bass player did wonders on playing these creative arpeggios and great licks, giving this Deathly group some premiere moments, moments that were partly lost on the modernized Melodic Death Metal of today. While capturing the heavier momentums, it is difficult to disregard the fine passages of acoustics and keyboard (mostly Piano effects) backgrounds. You might check out “The Black Forever” as you will sink yourself into deeper inner thoughts."
Metal Express Radio
"Tight and driving drums encompassed all the great components of thrash and death metal, providing a solid backing for an entirely well-sculpted band. In keeping with their consistency, their vocalist pumped out a steady vocal stream, and served as an experienced and entertaining frontman."
The Carrying Place
“The new album World of Ruin is filled with hellish vocals, mantic rhythms, and some impressive guitar work. The songs start with a very in your face approach, then builds throughout, ..... This band shows a great deal of skill, and I can only see a great future if they stay on this path.”
— Nocturnal Euphony Webzine