"This is some creepy techno-ambient stuff. “Creepy” because of the gurgling undertones inherent in just about all the tracks, including a cover of the Butthole Surfer’s “Graveyard.” After awhile, I started getting the heebie-jeebies and wished there was just a little more light around me. Ttssattsr reminded me of an old Stephen King story, where a man drinks a bad can of beer and turns into this ravenous, gelatinous ooze. Black Mayonnaise have written the score to that tale. Gurgle gurgle."
"Full of heavy spaced out drum tracks, low distorted sludge bass and pitchshifted vocals. The mood is deep and very, very dark."
The Kettle Black
"Black Mayonnaise is the one-man bedroom doom project of Akron, Ohio's Mike Duncan. This extremely disturbing music features dying Elephant Man gurgles as vocals mixed with detuned sludge metal guitar and an overall cough syrup spacerock feel. Some folk might call it, well, "depressing," but for slow-mo headbangers and psych freaks alike, it serves as a blessing of beautiful bleakness. The relentless lo-fi drum machine with a S-L-O-W Melvins-like kick/snare pattern has a profound effect on the overall desolate feel of the album."