"They are extreme in their own sense, but they bring a whole new element to the genre."
-Phil Anselmo (Pantera, Down, Housecore Records)
"Cavalcade succeed in challenging their audience to keep up with them, twisting and turning and thumping their sound in multiple directions."
-JJ Koczan (The Obelisk, StonerRock.com)
"Equal parts Carcass and Karp and King Crimson in influence, the overall tone is more of a blackened 28 Days Later jig as performed by interplanetary acid-smuggling gore pirates."
"While there is a large thread of bizarreness that bonds this band, make no mistake - this band is heavy as hell."
-Rich Tupica (Turn It Down - Lansing)
"Several different dynamics going on, like little jazzy parts bleeding into sludge breakdowns, and then going a little Primus, and a little Karp, and then some stoner/psyche, back into doom/death metal sections."
-Doomed to be Stoned in a Sludge Swamp
"It's almost like a big blend of metal, punk and jazz. You can tell that the band does not give a shit about trends, just focusing instead on playing what they want."
-Reborn from Ashes
"An intriguing mix of stoner/sludge combined with jazzy elements and dance beats for good measure. Not for the close-minded."
"The band manages to weave a seamless collage of stoner rock grooves, jazzy surf riffs, quirky samples and dance beats underneath the steady barking for a mix of sounds that can be simultaneously inviting and alienating."
-Eric Gallippo (City Pulse)
"The shit is fucked. No description or review could grant Cavalcade justice. 'Off-the-wall retardedness about one or two half breeds could appreciate' is my best whack at it."
-Pen Cap Chew
"Ever see a dead deer’s entrails on the side of the highway? Into Bolivian is the audio equivalent of that image."