"Listening to the song 'Trust,' it becomes clear that New Haven, Conn., rockers All in Blind have a firm grasp on
how to survive as an alt.-rock band without skimping on the actual talent. Cut from the same mold as Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and other bands that have dominated the alleged 'alternative' airwaves... These guys have a way of using the genre's tropes in a way that highlights their strengths: dextrous-yet-masculine vocals, flat-out catchy guitar hooks and an all-around appealing sound."
-Telegram & Gazette, Worcester, MA
"If a revival of post-grunge alt-rock suddenly erupts, All in Blind will be prepared. They've got the semiotics of that period down - big riffs, assertive choruses, 'check this out' guitar solos and tough but earnest vocals. [Their album] is an attitude record (which is not to say it is heartless or artless, because it's neither) ... The band is tight, skilled, entirely professional-sounding and, when they're firing on all cylinders, just as rocking as their modern rock radio heroes."