"Chris Thomas, vocalist for Spools of Dark Thread, has released a rather prolific and highly anticipated solo project. Sticking to his penchant for the heavier side, Thomas shows strength and desire to create a more compact and refined sound the way of Powerman 5000 or mainstream Mushroomhead minus the shouts. The musical and lyrical messages are thought provoking and create quite a bit of imagery with eyes closed. A very well done top to bottom recording, with many high end musicians gracing the studio, makes a good release much more polished and ready for mass consumption. Expect more attention outside of Colorado on this one."
"Thomas himself is a performer who seems to have little in the way of reservations, but his lively stage persona seems different from his impeccably polite and humble demeanor."
"Chris Thomas has always displayed a keen melodic sensibility, a trait he explores to an even greater extent here on his debut solo outing. While the hard rock of Omniism is certainly kindred to the edgy onslaught of Spools, Thomas spreads his wings a little on Messiah Complex with songs that have a few more added dimensions."
““Familiar music that you’ve never heard before – rock music that rocks!””
"Another great effort from one of Denver's signature rock voices!! Well crafted and executed songs, go see this guy, Hail Chris!!!"