EXTREEMMUSIC - The voice of Chris Bailey is authentically "infernal", I love it, that raspy and agonizing tone, not at all gaudy, that fits perfectly with the dark character of the band.
FIVE MAGICS MUSIC.BLOGSPOT
- While there seems to be a lot of different sounds featured on this album, Infernal Majesty are undoubtedly one of the absolute best Black Thrash bands out there and “No God” simply helps solidify this fact. There’s no Metal fan that shouldn’t check this album out, there’s easily something for everyone to get into and I think the amount of different sounds you can hear on this album should make it obvious just how much of a widespread influence Infernal Majesty’s albums may have had on Metal as a whole. This album has been a long time coming, but I'm more than happy to say, the wait was well worth it.
METAL BROTHERS - This is one of the releases of the year for power, technical quality and ability to merge old school sound with a modern and powerful sound. Infernäl Mäjesty have punched the table and present their candidacy for disc of the year.
METALKAOZ - The first thing you’ll taste upon dropping the needle on the wax of “No God” is the overwhelming evil atmosphere wrapped around the '80s Thrash delivered by the Canadians in the amazing “Enter The World Of The Undead”. If this was the product of a young band, I’d probably call it as blackened Thrash but what really this is is the type of Thrash SLAYER were playing during the “Show No Mercy” golden era. The main difference here is that INFERNÄL MÄJESTY are offering more complex song structures with many layers which will definitely require more listenings to reach, and that is because there is no much time to think when headbanging hard.
THE HEADBANGING MOOSE.WORDPRESS
- A powerful album of Canadian Thrash and Death Metal that confirms there’s no god in our decaying world, but only an infernal majesty of extreme music reigning supreme among us.
ETERNAL TERROR WEBZINE - Those ingenious haunting riffs, the devil may care vocals that actually sound creepier and more threatening than Tom Araya's 10 f***ks per second of every song he screams at the top of his lungs nowadays, the dark melodies and the seemingly effortless cohabitation with death metal, and above all, great memorable songs all of that makes me think this band, while comfortable, distinct and most importantly incredibly fresh in their own shoes, should quietly assume the position once held by the angels of death. Take it from someone who used to be a huge Slayer and Megadeth fan, is still one of their old stuff and lights up at any credible possibility of mixing the two in one potent Thor's hammer.
LOUD and PROUD ITALY - The voice of common Christopher Bailey is seething with anger and pours boiling pitch on the listener as a murderer, a shapeless blob ugly to be seen but damn effective. Satan himself has called several times from his apartment on the lower floors to tell us to turn it down, pissed off because they could not be studied in the peace plans of the upcoming apocalypse. We get the idea right? Credit is due to Our also a strong emphasis on a clean and powerful production, however, which shows off to perfection every single instrument,
Infernal Majesty: NO GOD was inspired by the state of the human condition as we catapult into modernity. Our dying planet as silent witness to the malevolent actors playing their roles upon its stage. The escalating political corruption and religious extremism running rampant is a tinder box. No God is a clarion call to stop the insanity.
Recorded at the Infernal Majesty Studio in Vancouver BC, Canada. Produced by Steve Terror, Chris Bailey and Ken Hallman. Mixed by Chris ''Hollywood'' Holmes. Mastered by Patrick Engel Temple Of Disharmony.