"starts life with an erupting, squelching sawtooth"
"Leaneagh puts on her best Beth Gibbons"
"the album's most intense and mesmerizing track"
"What is one minute the feeling of a handful of bedsheets is quickly replaced by the clammy palms of a fistful of barbed wire"
"...create something sensational. The beginning of “Very Cruel”, with layers building up on each other to a fantastic crescendo, demonstrates this perfectly."
"where anger and pain is clearly audible and ramped up by frantic and harsh synths"
"a menacing collage of squelchy bass-lines and wailing sirens bizarrely inspired by the late acoustic songstress Eva Cassidy"
"gritty and haunting"
"goes all Bjork with big bass beats and big synth sounds - a definite highlight"
"darkly seductive vibe"
"sinister, shadowy digital menace burbles like Portishead inhabiting a deserted fairground"
"Album highlight, “Very Cruel,” has the emotionally haunting vocals of Channy Leaneagh weaving their way through the dirty synth/bass beat"
"the cloying menace"
"The only mis-step is ‘Very Cruel’..."