"If you could try to imagine the French version of the psychedelic blues/ hard rock band Graveyard, Soul Manifest would be the fitting result and their Hard Rock psychedelia that sometimes reminds the frenetic alter-ego of Brant Bjork or the male edition of Subrosa. If you consider yourself lover of bands like Witch, Graveyard and Black Sabbath of course, you have to make a stop here, at the debut "White Season" and enjoy Soul Manifest's melodies."
"Through “White Season”, you are gonna find pure '70s hard rock riffage, some nice 'n' loose bluesy tunes and an exquisite, sensitive voice behind the mic, sprinkled by stardust and dreams you could find four decades ago. From the opening "Dead Man" (yeap, I did the same association with the band, too) and its organ-ic nature, till the two ambrosial parts of the self-titled track, split in two different songs, you'll be able to travel between clouds without paying a ticket. Soul Manifest's feeling is so strong and pure that can allure you, especially if you belong to the party of people that called themselves lotus-eaters, making even the inapposite English accent of the singer sounded magical."