"Mythica have an ethereal other-worldly sound with eloquent lyrics which accurately portray what it means to be a 21st century Celt. A true fusion of our Celtic heritage with the future."
— Celtica Radio On Demand
"...a sophisticated, highly arranged approach to roots music...Cox sounds like a cross between Jefferson Airplane's Grace Slick and Loreena McKennitt."
— Sing Out! Magazine
"Radio should embrace Mythica like we did The Cranberries!"
— Rick Jensen, WDEL 1150 AM
“The band’s great versatility, along with Cox’s remarkable writing and singing talent, make this album [Vicarious] a must-hear for fans of both Celtic and alternative rock music."”
— Out & About Magazine
"These guys [Mythica] are great. They are a young and exciting band with an original sound."
— Marc Moss, Grammy nominated producer
"Melissa's lyrics are poignant and very descriptive left by open wounds of the heart. The music has a wonderful melodic progression with outstanding harmony vocals. The vocals are bold...The melodies are original and very strong."
— Song of the Year
"They are good...Cox is unflaggingly present, cutting through crowd noise with a workman’s mezzo-soprano: gutsier than first it seems, less fragile than first it sounds."
— Origivation Magazine
"...an impressive band with a huge heart. Bravo guys. Hard work never sounded so good."
— Goddess Queen Magazine
"Melissa Cox...offers something that seems elusive in the mainstream music industry - songs that are completely original and innovative."
— The Review
"Mythica’s style blends seamlessly combining the old world sound of the hammered dulcimer and violin with the new world sound of the acoustic guitar and bass. Melissa Cox’s powerful vocals tie it all together for a phenomenal sound that is mesmerizing."
— Go Girls Music
"The song [elijah, elijah] did it. Damn! This is one fine, extraordinary piece of work...All my hats are off to you, though I still don't understand why... Steely soft, rough velvet; testostrogen?"
— Gods of Music