Arkazum - Muzakra is a brooding, hypnotic, surreal journey into dark infused Rock territory.
"Griff's Golden vibrations and elucidations contained in this recording set the mood for a heady, lightness of form and indescribable feel...Almost aerial or aetheric in a sense...Cold wind blows tells of little creatures and Udderbudder has an otherworldly sort of feel; very hard to explain without myself getting long-winded in use of adjectives and metaphors....something one must experience on his or her own terms...There is almost an herbal high of senses, like a magic ride or such-sounding like a potion made from Syd Barrett or Frank Baum's Oz, though this is only in use of terms of familiarity to things somewhat relevant...Things turn electric and darkly electronic at the end, almost sci-fi...The interludes and instrumentals on this album are pieces of music that are truly golden themes....a great work from one of the originators of the old doom metal ancestry, from the old forest of equilibrium....another highly recommended album for the obscure archives...another unreleased album that you should seek out."
Olde Haint Press.
"Gotta hand it to guitarist M. Griff (ex-Cathedral/Blackstar Rising) for wanting to break away from his work in the realm of metal and trek into solo territory that includes a vast amount of experimentation. Piano playing, distorted vocals, surreal and hypnotic guitar work and just a lot of creativity helps shape this solo excursion into a unique listen, a sharp jolt to those who may have expected some blazing guitar-driven barnstormer. Highlights include the amazing "You Can be My Hearse" his musical schemes this time. Talented and not held back, a unique listen that calls out for all to sample."