“Two hot chicks and some awesome rock? Check. A kick ass live show? Check. Some of the best songs you’ll hear out of Denver? Check. Glass Delirium’s got the goods to party with the big girls”
“I’ve heard about [Glass Delirium] for a while but hadn’t had the pleasure [of seeing them live] till this point. I was not disappointed. They are five talented musicians that include a hot female lead singer and a sexy lady on bass delivering some solid alternative rock.”
"The strengths of Diamond Lullabies are self-evident: strong musicianship and song composition. My humble opinion: this is a band to watch in the future; I think they're going places (like the same direction of Grammy winners Halestorm, a local favorite). Glass Delirium's Diamond Lullabies is strongly recommended."
“Diamond Lullabies is a great album. Glass Delirium have somehow managed to combine all of their different influences of jazz, classical, pop, metal, and soundtracks together to create a sound that they call their own.”
"The attention to detail on all of the tracks is refreshing. [Diamond Lullabies] is a fantastic piece of work from a group of talented local individuals."
“Glass Delirium seem to have everything in place for success. They are powerful, poignant, exude sex appeal at the front of the band with exceptional vocals and it's all backed by outstanding musicianship.”
“The crystalline female vocals glitter with the warmth and strength of the balanced instrumentals... The assemblage of songs shows Glass Delirium’s range and ability to organize a narrative album."”
“[Glass Delirium] has arrived at a style that's informed by classical structure but not trapped by it — like jazz-inflected metal, but more focused on songwriting and less obsessed with technique. Diamond Lullabies showcases heavy music written by musicians graced with a keen ear for inventive and evocative soundscapes"”
"Glass Delirium's Diamond Lullabies is the kind of album that takes a genre of music and pushes it far beyond its usual boundaries. Crisp yet expansive melodies and tastefully creative guitar work help elevate this sonically rich, imaginative record"
"the entire band are certainly world-class musicians and composers which when combined with a major-label worthy production makes for a very pleasurable listen that will intrigue you and incite your mind with its creativity and originality."
“Inevitable comparisons to Evanescence probably do a disservice to this band, since its ambitions are decidedly more adventurous than its popular predecessor.”
“It is amazing to me that the band are able to include such different influences, such as: Metal, Jazz, Electronic, Pop and Progressive and still come out with a CD that is coherent and relevant sounding... The band deserves huge amounts of credit for thinking outside the box and delivering something a bit different, while still being listenable and musical.”
“Glass Delirium is a hard-rockin’ group that will make you shut up and listen! ... Will clean your radio-infused slate for a blast of intense servings of songs.”
“Gothic/prog rock/metal fans will love putting this monster under their beds. 9/10”
“Glass Delirium is one of the most unique bands I’ve heard in a long time... This album is intense. It’s very impressive for a debut album and to think they’re unsigned is bewildering to me.”
"Glass Delirium is a seamless amalgamation of musical influences. Jazz, swing, metal and straight-ahead prog rock all find a place to jam on their fantastic debut album".
“Colorado band Glass Delirium is probably one of the most stylistically diverse and talented groups in the independent scene.”
"Glass Delirium not only loves to play where no band has played before, they also have the chops that fuel the flight."
“They’ve laid down some killer tracks that are screaming to be heard... The band will be turning heads with this release and the heads won’t be turning away from them.”
“This talented progressive hard rock troupe has been tirelessly engaged delving the expanses of the sound spectrum composing a store of songs that will leave you transfixed for hours after giving them a listen.”