DPRP, December 2006
[archive] - "...really pushing the boundaries of progressive metal into a distinctive and ground-breaking new territory."
Chaos Realm, August 2006
[archive] - "Guitars sharpened like cardiologists' scalpels carve out razor riffs that at once amaze and still find a way to rock"
Progressive Ears, August 2006
[archive] - "Man, these guys are good."
Sea of Tranquility, August 2006
[archive] - "This band writes their songs with immense control and definition, and "Failure" is one of the best songs I've heard all year."
PeaceDogMan, July 2006
[archive] - "This ensemble should be on a record label for their next disc, but from the quality of this package Iím wondering if they need one."
Ytsejam.com, May 2006
[archive] - "Heavy, grinding, and melodic ... Divided Sky prove that this record is anything but a failure."
Plug In Music, December 2003
[archive] - "Divided Sky might appear a heavy metal or hard rock band, but at closer inspection you see there is much more there"
SoundNova.com, December 2003
[archive] - "I'm diggin' it"
Aversion Online, November 2003
[archive] - "This is one of those rare bands that has a massive wealth of potential"
Prog4You, October 2003
[archive] - "This is music for the future... but we have it today!"
[archive] - "discovering Divided Sky has for me, been a little like a mole discovering there really is light at the end of the tunnel"
Music Morsels, August 2003
[archive] - "great, inventive new heavy rock"
Progressivebr.com, July 2003
[archive] - "Excellent and indispensable work"
RikksRevues.com, July 2003
[archive] - "...would make Carlos Santana take notice"
Progressive World, June 2003
[archive] - "Divided Sky are musical militants who arenít interested in perpetuating timeworn functions and forms"
Gods of Music, May 2003 (Grasp)
[archive] - "deserves repeated listening"
Backyard Buzz, March 2003
[archive] - "Each song is divergent, ambient, and hard-hitting."
Origivation Magazine, January 2003
[archive] - "What the hell?"
Guitar9.com, October 2002
[archive] - "an intriguing aural experience"