Ty Stranglehold's Razorcake Review: This five-song EP didn't look like much, but upon slapping it in the player, I was taken back to a time in North American underground music when the lines of what was "punk" or "hardcore" weren't so black and white. Bands could sound like pretty much anything, and it was cool as long as it was well outside what was considered "normal". Krylls would have fit in nicely. Musically, I could have sworn that this was some lost EP by Psychic... Powerless... Another Man's Sac-era Butthole Surfers with better recording. There is some serious art damage going on here and I love it! Music to drool and dilate to. Fans of Buttholes, Scratch Acid, and Jesus Lizard take note. ----- Myspace Music Reviews says: 'Oh my god, this is awesome. 'I play geetara / I'm Che Guevara / I blast Sandanista / Soy Anarchista / ANARCHY!!!' sung with an earnest commitment to being as annoying as possible, almost like the front man is the Fred Schneider of post-hardcore. Loud, goofy, great.' ----- The Sugarbuzz Magazine Review: Surfing on buttholes and swimming through rivers of Styx on a remarkable journey to discover the best dill pickles. Acid Flashbacks and exploding mushroom clouds fill the sky; while black dogs growl like Les Paul's feedbacking with jaws of rusty nails. Hark the herald angels sing glory to Scratches of Acid and the great omnipotent Jesus Lizard. The acrid smog filled air is redolent with the scented sweat of well-used hightops, bubbling bongs and chalkboard fingernails. Krylls orchestrate prothalamions for doomed marriages and anything that lies under the supposed surface. Dig deeper.