Posted July 7, 2013

[Kriget] make music that both challenges and energises, bouncing between shades of Deutsche-electropunk, deeply stirring jazz and proggy techno.
The Line of Best Fit

[Kriget] capture new and old, beauty and terror, control and chaos, a psychedelic volcano of energy.
Consequence of Sound

They’re far removed from the occult, but waves of shrill intensity will wash over you while listening.

The question an LP like this seems to answer is how musicians can both subliminally move an audience and still satisfy an expressionist impulse.
Impose Magazine

Kriget accomodates a raw, scortching sound from an almost-scizophrenic viewpoint, while several tracks (“Say No More”, “Dystopico”, “Sleeping With Buddha”) twist into organic, hi-hat driven techno — perhaps the most obvious reference throughout Dystopico’s 43-minute long spin.
No Fear of Pop