UNCUT – 3/5 review (November issue) “You find in its low-end judder and

epic portentousness a formidable excavation of deeper truths about the


BIG CHEESE – 5/5 review (Nov issue) “A ten-track emotion churning

exercise in sonic manipulation that soothes as much as it induces goose

bumps. From the opening swell of Alpha Law Of Nature Pt 1 through to the

chiming The Light In Their Eyes and the punishing double whammy of

Midnight and Across The Wilderness, A Storm Of Light have made a record

crying out to be heard.”

**MASS MOVEMENT – review (w/c 19 Oct) ” An aural panorama as beautiful

and apocalyptic as the artwork which accompanies this second release

from A Storm of Light. Crushingly heavy guitars and tortured vocals

segue into doleful strings, perfectly evoking this tale of devastation

and rebirth. The spoken words of the legendary Lydia Lunch flawlessly

capture the tone and intent of the music. Fans of Neurosis, the

prophetic warnings of Rachel Carsen’s ‘Silent Spring’ and Genet/Neurot

recordings in general will fully appreciate this release. Essential


EXPERIMUSIC – 8/10 review (w/c 12/10/09) “A Storm of Light not only

deliver on the promises of ‘And We Wept the Black Ocean Within’ but have

elevated themselves far above their expectations; one of the finest

releases of heavy music this year.”