"At once blistering and melodic, their music is a potent, yet refined, take on today's progressive heavy metal. Combining the surgical brutality of guitar player Dru Gillings... with Tisbert's soaring vocals, cryptic lyrics and Eastern-influenced flute work, the band boasts a modern, anything-but-lighthearted sound not unlike multi-platinum-selling bands Tool or Rage Against the Machine. ...passionate, thunderingly manic live shows... ...introspective, sci-fi metal... - Paul Goldsmith, Adirondack Life "Attic of Love exploded from the stage into the audience at Northern Lights like flaming red napalm... What Tisbert is is a study in contrasts. His flute playing obviously gets compared to Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull. Like Anderson, Tisbert breaks through the 'Locomotive Breath' intensity of a band that makes the term heavy rock an understatement to deliver horn lines with the subtlety of a ballerina in full flight." - Don Wilcock, The Troy Record "Attic of Love is one of those rare things: a new rock band that has refused to compromise it's own vision to be fit neatly into any stifling net of expectations. If I could liken their sound to any group or genre, it would be somewhere in the ranks of Tool, A Perfect Circle, or Rage Against the Machine - with the added layer of a nasty, aggressive, gnarly (and somehow also ethereal) - flute. But these bands don't describe Attic of Love, not really. They are too very much their own. With live performances that are awesome in their heavy power and passion...." - Leslie K. Weinar "I know. You're thinking, 'Attic of Love. What are they? Some sort of peace loving acoustic hippy outfit?' The short answer to that is, no. The somewhat longer answer goes something like this. Attic of Love are a four piece rock band that embraces the harder edged post-grunge grit of bands like Candlebox and Tool and mixes it with the '60's psychedelic progressive rock of Jethro Tull. Loud and abrasive, but tempered with the strong song dynamics, a sense of melody, and outstanding composition. Oh right, and there's a lot of flute playing going on here. Don't worry. It's a whole lot cooler than you think." - Pope JTE, The Ripple Effect.