“The mostly instrumental songs on Celebrate Mutations flow seamlessly from one track to the next, fusing grunge, progressive rock, and heavy metal into something quite enjoyable and at times melodic. There is some odd phrasing, and unconventional song structures percolate throughout the five tracks….I also detect a bit of West Coast psych phrasing ala Love's Forever Changes. Overall quite an excellent effort for their sophomore release.” -- Henry Schneider, ExposeOnline --”
“One of my favorite homegrown shows were our very own Transit Method who had an incredible album release show for their second full length album, Celebrate Mutations.This trio is loud and heavy just the way I like it, blending progressive rock elements with heavy metal sensibilities. It’s like if Rush and The Mars Volta had a badass rock baby. It’s awesome. Trust me … go see them.”
“The power-triad’s new record features more elements than are on the periodic table; dexterous vocals, lacerating licks, walloping basslines, eccentric arrangements and complex rhythms. Their live performance is as dynamic as it is galvanizing.”
"Transit Method hails from Princeton, NJ and has recently released their debut album. The disc is titled Spun Into The Fabric and, for the most part, is made up of Progressive rock songs, however there are little bits of other genres, even a slight bit of funk at times, infused into the music that give this band a little something extra to offer."
“Transit Method impressed as one of those bands that has something for everyone. You find out rather quickly that every track they offer up is something worth hearing. Their mix of rock, alternative and progressive is polished and perfected. You can understand their lyrics and the musicianship is extraordinary. It was not hard to choose a band this good as our featured artist. ”
“Transit Method are a good rocking band that have a full sound , strong instrumental parts with good commands of their instruments and high technicality. At the same time they have nice vocal melodies and catchy tunes that aren’t over or under done. Definitely check out Transit Method”