“This Means War” offers more than 45 minutes of uchronic prophecy, where Sylvain Coudret from Soilwork makes a guest – and explosive – appearance, and where cosmic evil lurks in every corner. This actually means war!
“The Frenchman behind Volkor X’s sound is very, very good at what he does and I’m glad synthwave fanatics have embraced him so well. Because so have I. I already mentioned how fast this guy’s music is selling out, so if you’re a stickler for physical, limited copy editions of music, act fast!” (Brutal Resonance review)
“Its guitar riffs are godlike and blend with the more techy sounds to craft a well woven experience unlike any other. One could be fairly mistaken for believing This Means War to have been done by a band or even an entire orchestra, but no–it was just one dude, and a dude with immeasurable talent no less. When I listen to this album on my near daily pilgrimage, it always gives me this particular snug, cozy feeling that you can only really get from something that at once typifies the word “classic,” while always having one foot in today.” (Popcorn and Fizz review)