"Tori Amos and Muse bewildering a church coffee morning"

Prog Magazine

"Kate Bush on acid"

Powerplay Rock and Metal Magazine

"hints of everyone from ELO to Marilyn Manson... avian infanticide has rarely sounded so good"

Simon Price, Q Magazine

"hints of everyone from ELO to Marilyn Manson... avian infanticide has rarely sounded so good"

Simon Price, Q Magazine

"there is much to savour... playful gothic pop"

John Crosby, R2 Magazine

"The music is dark, chaotic, manically varied and caustic...It's genre busting" 

Prog Radar

"Life is a dark cabaret, old chum, and Birdeatsbaby are high-kicking their way through the ashes and dust with the best of ‘em."

RATING: 4/5

Simon Price, The Independent.

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"this is extrovert music for introverts: flamboyant yet dark and touched by a hint of mania, ‘Feast of Hammers’ is an insanely ambitious work of high drama on a colossal scale"

Chris Nosnibor, Whisperinandhollerin

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"Sexual, vulnerable yet strong - like all the best bands. We should fling this filth at our pop kids, and we should do it now."

Ben Graham, The Quietus

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"defies all the rules of simple music and is what makes this album so outstandingly, brilliantly strange... a gothic masterpiece"

Sophie Roberts, The 405 Magazine

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"gothic nightmares are as stylish as they are surreal, and as classically cultured as they are emotionally twisted and tormented"

Ben Graham, Music Week

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"an orchestral maelstrom (un)hinged around one repeated riff that burrows ever deeper into the brain... Scary stuff. But in a good way."

Adam Peters, The Source

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"Encounter those rare moments you come across a song that is just perfect and you can’t help but have it on repeat?"

Massimo Zeppetelli, Fresh on the Net (BBC6 Music blog)

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