"[The album is] loaded with fierce energy, compelling atmospheric melodies, passionate, throat-tearing vocals, and skilled instrumental performances by everyone in the band (which the clarity of production allows you to appreciate)."
"All of this is boosted forth with damn solid production values that keep all of the elements tightly knit without obscuring the subtleties."
From Aversionline.com’s review of Gholas’ Zagadka (March 8th, 2011)
"The mixing and production is impeccable. Everything feels smooth but not compressed."
From Scene Point Blank's review of Gholas' Zagadka (Nov 17th, 2010)
"The production is caustic without being thin with the drums in particular sounding really live and raw... The guitars are raw and dirty but not thin or distant and the bass is always there filling out the sound and rolling the album forward with the momentum of the bass drums pushing it along."
From The Metal Crypt's review of Woe's A Spell For The Death Of Man (March 5th, 2009)