We received these covers with mild corner dings from shipping. Example image below has been brightened to highlight the condition.
Occult Hard Rock. "Those who enjoyed the tantalizing taster that was Come Reap, will feast on The Time of No Time Evermore. There is no progression. No new tricks. Just more of the same. Which is exactly what we wanted, as that EP left us craving for more sound-alikes we are now regaled with eleven songs of fantastic vocals - at times so layered they surely can't be properly replicated in a live setting-, brilliant guitar playing, subliminal psychedelia, melodically gifted tunes and that spooky aura that makes the wicked and satanic seem charming and almost normal. This full-length delivers and proves that Come Reap was not a lucky strike. The band keeps the tunes short, goes light on the heavy, absent on the straight up metal, but carefully accents the songs with choruses worthy of an Abba record and a range of escalating solos that owes a check to Buck Dharma. Time of No Time Evermore is a thoroughly enjoyable experience and to yours truly, one of the most anticipated records of the year."