"It’s an interesting premise for an album – pay tribute to a legendary band without actually sounding a hell of a lot like ‘em, so AMT gets high marks for that. That the band is so willing to push their fucked up soundscapes to the limit is commendable as well."
"These guys are right up my alley, total mind fuck psychedelic."
"I thought to myself as I listened, what's going to happen next, and was delighted by each turn. I remember thinking... Will there be a part where Kawabata just shreds guitar alone like on some of the early Sabbath records? And hell yes there was! I do want to stress to people that this is in no way a cover album or medley of Black Sabbath tunes. It's more a similarity of stylistic approach, in my opinion. This is something very original and delicious. One of my favorites from the inferno."