"Witchcraft is a record which conjures up the macabre essence of vintage Pentagram and of course Black Sabbath whilst incorporating influences as wide apart as the Jethro Tullesque prog of “Her Sisters They Were Weak” and the bludgeoning riffing style of early 70’s Bang in “I Want You to Know”. Elsewhere, “Schyssta Lögner” evokes memories of Sweden’s original hard rocking progsters Novembre and the inclusion of the cover “Please Don’t Forget Me” from Bobby Leibling’s 1970 pre-Pentagram outfit Stone Bunny pays homage to this criminally overlooked genius. While many of their more generic contemporaries are more conservative in their approach, Witchcraft is a band that can swing effortlessly from orthodox doom to blues, stoner rock to jazz whilst always remaining shrouded in the cloak of influence from some of the more obscure moments of the 70’s cult rock underground. Yet somehow, despite not adhering to any blueprint, the Witchcraft sound is more pure than any other act in the stoner/doom scene today."
"The songs tend to remind me more of the medieval sounds that Pentagram and Jethro Tull put across, lots of warmly overdriven guitars and soul and little acoustic guitar interludes. Make no mistake though, Witchcraft know how to kick out the heavy jams, too. Vocals throughout this CD are almost more Bobby Liebling then Bobby Liebling himself, I could say the same thing about them compared to Roky Erickson. It's a great vintage sound that really fits well. Guitars are very soulful and go from Pentagram to The Animals in 2 seconds. Very Classic, Very Dark, and Very Very GOOD!"
"Witchcraft is like Josiah. They both have locked into a sound from the past and did it with style. This is an album where you have to appreciate the tones happening in the music and the little changes thrown in are very cool."