“Whether you enjoy the fictional side of horror, or you are inclined towards the factual side of the horrors within human nature, “Eye of the Serpent” will undoubtedly prove to be a satisfying experience”
— Heathen Harvest
“a very fantastic creation with dynamism,creativity,and such feeling as the most important elements you shall find...”
— Panorama Journal
“There's a cruelty and harshness hidden underneath it all that will appeal to those with a vivid imagination...”
— Dominion Mag
"Like a psychopathic conductor, Duarte orchestrates a frightful and sinister dissonance that swirls around spine-chilling ambiance dotted with unidentified noises, spaced-out sound effects and disturbing drones."
— Elitarian Music Zine
“this music delivers a powerful strike to your inner world, to your subconsciousness...and has this strange kind of influence which creates various images in your head…(8.5/10)”
Nocturne Magazine (Serbia)
“There is a desperately depressing bleakness surrounding this wonderful creation of darkness.”
“Immundus is brilliant at what he does; his creativity and imagination all translate throughout this record. From the dark artwork of the album, toward the darkness inside, the themes interrelate and connect.”
— Voltage Media (AU)
“Definitely for those who want something different.
The eeriness makes you feel like your in your own personal horror movie.
— Defiance Magazine
"Haunted Memories" is nothing less than a masterpiece of the genre. (9.5 / 10)
— Obliveon Zine
“Immundus has created a must-have for those who enjoy horror soundtracks and dark ambient music.
— Radio Indy
“This is possibly the best-kept secret to the art of a great chilling masterpiece
— Necrodeath, Reviews & Interviews
“reflects a very dedicated delving into the darker corners of the mind, and throws up an amazing range of imagery and emotion...A rewardingly different journey for the ambient traveller.
— Hierophant Nox Zine
“Immundus certainly know how to create atmosphere, with dark nights in misanthropic isolation. This will tickle the the morbidity of the more cryptomaniacal listener”
— Whispering Gloom Zine