"The EP, which has been described as a “seductive pop gem,” has already stirred the airwaves with its dance beats and high-rise choruses, and as one critic described “contains more musical anguish than The Cure.”
"What the Cure's Pornography would have sounded like if Neil Halstead (Slowdive) and Kevin Shields (My Bloody Valentine) were on guitars"
"There is a great desolation in Veil Veil Vanish, and what small glow does manage to pierce the gloom is sunless, more like the nimbus of a total eclipse than any kind of rational daylight."
"....Steeped in the darker corners of ’80s post-punk adherents, Veil Veil Vanish build brilliantly fevered songs that seduce with their lush, damaged anti-pop fixations."
"Into a New Mausoleum shows Veil Veil Vanish to be in thrall to the guitar sounds of the 80s underground. The San Francisco quartet has the vaguely gothic psychedelia of the Cure, Echo & the Bunnymen and the Chameleons down on these six tunes...."