"Karma pulls back on some of the more metal leanings found on their split with Astroqueen and is more in line with Temporada de Huracanes in terms of overall sound. A solid stomp of a rhythm and thick, distorted guitar is all you really need, but Buffalo takes it one step further with some tasty melodic leads. Two killer tunes are “Hombre Ciego,” where the three-piece takes a more easy-going approach, allowing a fluid, Kyuss-like bass riff to take center stage, and “Ciudad Perro,” the instrumental that closes the album. On that track, the band really shines as musicians. What Karma does best is show growth. It’s a welcome step forward and well worth your time."
"All eleven songs keep within the stoner, desert, and doom genres, but the songwriting brings you on a trip with so many interesting stops and psychadelic turns it really is incredible."
Jose El Arquitecto
"On Buffalo's Karma, the songs are more complex and elaborated than their previous releases. The production is clear, the guitars are huge and the sound is powerful."