“I think fans of thrash ought to be eating this up—there's nothing hackneyed or uninspired here. Just pure drive and conviction. (Tony Mellor)”
"offering up a diverse thrashy take on what inches close to melodic death but is way more on the thrash side of things, with a good helping of groove, bar-ready local-dude metal, and cool drumming behind it all"
“The riffs are fat as hell, ranging from pummeling gallops to groovy riff-rock as if Slash would join Clutch and write Slayer riffs. If it's heavy, 18 Wheels of Justice has it in their songwriting arsenal. ”
“Following the first few strains of “Last Man Standing” waves of blazing modern thrash riffs are unleashed. Combined with death metal and hardcore vocalizing, this is a potent combination. The speedy tempos and alternating head nodding, half-time parts call to mind classic EXODUS and SLAYER moods."”
“imagine elements of every type of metal (thrash, melodic, black, progressive) playing in exotic harmony with each other, where each genre stands on its own yet works together with the others seamlessly. Ultimately it creates an abstract and passionate piece of artwork.”
“Awesome album. Nice thrashy guitar riffs layered with fantastic growling vocals and a nice mixture of death and hardcore.”
"It's like a soundtrack for the next American revolution."
“This album is packed with furious riffs, skull-pummeling drums, and growl-wretch vocals that, though they ostensibly owe a bit to the forefathers of the genre, manage to stand alone in their ferocity.”