"Definitely an album worth picking up, and I recommend 'playing twice before listening' on this one," — as Brain's Jon Whitney wrote in his "goodbye enemy airship" review.
P.S. And it seems that Pitchfork's S. Murray just hadn't listened to the album before writing his review. What the heck does he mean by "grand crescendos that run the gamut from free jazz ("When Day Chokes The Night")…" to some other bloody metaphor that is as much in sync with the music as "When Day Chokes The Night" has to do with free jazz?!