"I have to say the band's arrangements are as unique as their name. The music has that 80's nostalgia feel to it. I hear a little Iron Maiden, with a Ronnie James Dio twist to it. And yet, they have that progressive metal edge to it all. Trish has that operatic feel to her voice, and her lyric structure is intense and well organized, the collaboration of guitars is very skillful and thought out. Patt's drumming is nothing short of impressive with great beats that blend very well, and the bass is deep and moody"
Indie In Tune
"classic metal and hard rock with the ferocious hooks of “Hate” and “Portland,” a cautionary tale of victimized homeless children that rocks as hard as anything by Flyleaf, Evanescence or other female-fronted rockers Suhgarim gets compared to."
Free Times - Columbia, SC
"A wildly popular metal band with a rare signature style."
Metro Spirit - Augusta, GA
"Between Life and Death is a modern old school metal style album. Trish Fleury is a strong distinctive singer, and if you like Lauren Harris you'll like her. The riffs on this album are hard hitting and melodies are very catchy; "Loser" is a top song and will no doubt be an absolute killer onstage! "Between Life and Death" is a total surprise and Suhgarim are more than welcome in the over crowded genre of female fronted metal bands.
Power Play Rock and Metal Magazine - UK
"This is one of those albums, that you find a new favorite track with each subsequent listen, for now, my favorite is the dramatic closer, "Portland". Just a great song with fittingly powerful lyrics. The vocals of Trish Fleury are powerful and go straight for the jugular, the guitar work by Dave Anthony and Charles Traweek is stellar as the riffs just keep on coming. Suhgarim add the best elements of classic bands such as AC/DC, Guns N' Roses with the technical precision and musicianship of latter day Queensryche and Megadeth. The songs have a decidedly metallic edge to them that really put, "Between Life And Death" over-the-top for me. 9 out of 10!"
Femme Metal UK