"While Karma to Burn's specter does loom over Tank86's 'Behold', it doesn't do so in a predictable manner. The two instrumental bands share a love of thick riffs and solid grooves, but Tank86 isn't steeped in that fine southern rock tradition. Their approach is more from the metal side of the spectrum, at times taking on an almost prog-like (or prog-lite) feel."
"After listening to Tank86 the first time, I sat in silence for a few seconds letting it sink in before putting 'Behold' straight back on again. It's pretty much the only thing I listened to all day yesterday, over and over again. Total instrumental stoner rock goodness that makes you want to spark up and stick your headphones on. I'm going to listen to it again right now!"
"The sound of this band is nice and heavy, very distorted, yet very clear. The band made the choice to not have a singer and exclude all symptoms of ego and make-up, and to worship the riff for what it is. Instrumental stoner rock in the vein of bands like Zonderhoof and Monkey3, and from Holland nonetheless! The swinging stoner grooves, the pushing and crawling doom passages and the melodic escapes give this album enough variety to fade away the feeling that youíre missing a singer."