"Buried Treasure on a Serpentine Path" from The Obelisk


"I guess if you want the short version, Serpentine Path are seriously fucking heavy and seriously grim. They don’t stray from that modus throughout these tracks, but they don’t really need to either, since the more oppressive a song gets, the more it’s doing its job. They win no matter what"


Review from Beard Rock


"Vocally, Lipynsky sounds like a homesick downtuned chainsaw on moonshine from the earth's core..."
"The hooks come slow and big; if this tune was a boxer it would be 69 mashed-up Mike Tysons sewn together and injected with benzo fury."


Review From Mass Movement


"Serpentine Path has crafted an album that I can turn to when the heaviest, slowest, nastiest thing I could think of otherwise just won’t do, and when the world feels bleak and lonely, that is a very, very good thing indeed."


Review From Sludge Factory


"... but I must give credit where it’s so obviously due. SERPENTINE PATH has at least 65 years combined experience at playing metal so it’s not surprising at all that this album is above average on its worst tracks. As previously mentioned, the vocals are very impressive despite sounding the same track to track like a lot of other aspects of the music. It does make it easy to determine whether or not you’ll love it or hate it though."