Karen Curtis of the Cleveland Examiner says 'This album offers a little bit of everything. With a sound that resembles Soundgarden, Tool, and 311, it has engaging vocals that have a Chris Cornell (Soundgarden vocalist) feel and melodic riffs that seem to entrance you.' Keith Gribbins of Cleveland's Scene Magazine states 'The Lakewood beast called Dohm has been hard at work sharpening it's metal claws. It's latest venture features songs such as 'Time to Walk the Line' and 'Rags to Riches' which emphasize Max Dixon and Conor Heldorfer's metal guitar work, as well as Brian Pritchard's lead-fisted drum blows and Brian Noll's death growls. The sound is similar to the hybrid alt-metal of System of a Down or the Deftones, and shapeshifts from melodic guitar grooves to a maelstrom of heavy drums and crackling choruses. Pritchard is the band's ringleader and main writer, while Noll spits and howls like a feral Chris Cornell.'