From Memory Wave Transmission Blog (memorywavetransmission.wordpress.com/):
"Sleep of Ages doesn’t really go into his normal harsh noise wall routine here, but does something a little bit different. “The House is Black” is a short little track with chimes or other percussive instruments; it seems rather improvised, but the way Sleep of Ages allows the sound to sustain makes this track very depressive and brooding, a very cool idea. “Wake of the Hollow Hearted” follows right away with very low spiraling static while bottles and glass and bangs batter the exterior. This works almost like the soundtrack to a film, and although Sleep of Ages does use some electronics atop it to create a thin texture of wall and harsh noise, the whole thing seems like the sounds of a horror movie set to tape. Interesting as well is that Sleep of Ages kind of throws some Merzbow-type harsh noise in here, with drum tracks in the background, vocals distorted and manipulated with a lot of chaos strewn throughout."
From Dead Formats Blog (http://devdformats.blogspot.com.br):
"Sleep of Ages sounds a little like 1970's sci-fi sound effects meets Clive Barker's earlier films. Scary and cinematic. For some strange reason I keep thinking of ROM the Space Knight. No idea why."