"Atmospheric at times, bludgeoning in spots, and hooky throughout, this disc is a tour de force of industrial pop that plays like the illegitimate son of Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor."
"Those seeking a break from contrived, pre-processed music will find a dark but enjoyable diversion here."
““This song exemplifies what is hope to me in the music industry..." (The Dream Is Dead)”
"I cant name one thing wrong with this song. Keep making music! Perfect perfect perfect!!!" (Just Go)
"This is what you call rock! This is angry and infectious and the guitars are huge and their is plenty of experimenting going on with them with the feedback and subsonic effects. Good track” (The Dream Is Dead)
"Right away I could tell this sounded like something I would listen to it makes me want to record it. I think this band could do some monumental work if put in front of a big enough audience...I think this band could have multiple hit records."
““This song has a very grimy, deep guitar riff opening that is very evocative of old school punk music before transitioning to something a little more contemporary rock. The mellow vocals add to the dark tone of song while the drums and bass compliment the guitar parts and vocals by giving them balance..." (The Dream Is Dead)”
"This singer also has a dark gloomy presence in his voice. I would sum it up a cross between Trent Reznor and Marylin Manson with a touch Gary Newman.I couldn't be more pleased"
"It 's a powerful song that seems really unafraid. The band is comfortable swinging into a harder almost metal tone, but then taking it back a step into a more accessible area, which I think is the key to commercial viability. It 's hard enough without being unpleasant to listen to.” (The Dream Is Dead)
"They manage to be rebellious musically and maintain a tasteful style. It's a lesson in musicianship for other so called Punk Alternative Musicians. I like it."
““The static build up to the song gets you pumped up before the instruments even come into play. This song has all the elements of a dirty rock song. Powerful guitars fast drum beat and a singer that can change his lyrical style throughout a song. This would do well with radio play. I enjoyed the music and would purchase this song.” (The Dream Is Dead)”
"Crunchy riffs with a bit of an electronic edge to it. The vocalist reminds me of a young Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails or Marilyn Manson. Reminiscent of the good days of industrial rock, where it didn't have to be 100 percent rock or 100 percent electronic..."
"Great song, great vocals, great backing instruments, everything is on point, and I can honestly say that I will be looking this group up after this review." (Just Go)