"Behind a shimmering, sylvan veil of Holy Mountain guitars, Jex Thoth's ethereal, seraphic voice glides effortlessly atop lumbering, robust bass and heavy-handed percussion, while phantasmagoric whispers of Hammond Organ suggests a ritualistic undercurrent to the proceedings."
"There is a definite sense of whimsy and playfulness to the music throughout, the brooding, hulking negative riffing offset by a Bacchanalian sprightliness that is wholly complementary to the band's assertively naturalistic image. This juxtaposition between repetitious, almost martial riffing and a reckless groove that almost suggests Eternal (pre-Electric Wizard) makes for truly hypnotic listening, peppering their dense stews of droning guitar and black mass Hammond with scalding lashes of wah-drenched guitar. Alternately haunting and impish, the music effortlessly shifts from bouts of Dopethrone dirge to mindmelting Krautified Guru Guru jam-rock ala Mammatus or Comets On Fire, resisting the convenient categories that presumptuous journos (myself included) employ with such abandon. Jex Troth's voice has a startlingly bold, commanding presence that truly augments the otherworldly atmospherics in the band, projecting an unabashed sensuality that your favorite doom band probably lacks."
"The future bodes well for this band, which sits comfortably next to Reino Ermitaño as my favorite female-fronted band in the new epoch. "