"In the five years of being a band, Bongripper have progressed and refined their sound and the end result is "Satan Worshipping Doom" and it's their best work yet. The first track titled "Hail" is deceptive in the way it builds a groove and brings in subtle variations, so sneaky are the changes that it's easy not to notice what's happening at first, but this has always been a Bongripper trademark though and here it's used to perfection."
""Satan" delivers a mostly faster tune but one that is a blend of old-school Death, Stoner Metal grooves and Doom Metal crushing heaviness. The next two tracks are the highlight of the album, as if the first half wasn't killer enough. "Worship" and "Doom" display Bongripper at their best. "Worship" is a unrelenting doom masterpiece with 16 minutes of massive, chunky riffage. Utterly hypnotic and mesmerizing, "Worship" plods, churns and grinds along with Bongripper's trademark variations. The last track "Doom" starts with a earth-shattering rumble and proceeds to tear your brain apart."
"This is the "essential" Bongripper recording and if this doesn't take them to some new level even in the underground then all hope is lost really. From elements of Traditional Doom to Funeral Doom to some of the most harsh and ugly ambient dark noise ever produced, "Satan Worshipping Doom" is one of the most powerful and crushing doom albums released this year and as a instrumental piece, it's simply the best thing ever made in Doom Metal."