"Black Black Black traffic in the kind of good-natured misanthropy of bands like Whores or KEN mode, but the musical gestures beneath the noisy exterior are all forward- charging, Kyuss-worshipping sludge n' roll. It's basically underground metal's version of a radio banger." –BrooklynVegan
Black Black Black, the new clan of Brooklyn-by-way-of-Ohio doomsters offer up a big, nasty salute to gas tanks and goat hooves on their self-titled debut that’s ridiculously fun and gritty. Whether it’s the snaky stoner-core stabs of “Pentagram On,” “Night Moves,” “Redeath,” and “Soar Like a Spider” or the spiritual <g class="gr_ gr_129 gr-alert gr_spell gr_inline_cards gr_disable_anim_appear ContextualSpelling ins-del" id="129" data-gr-id="129">shake n</g>’ roll of “Wisdom, Knowledge & Fucked,” “Fever is Law,” and “Son of Bad,” it all coalesces to form one ravaging feast of melodic death rock that will satiate all your salacious needs, be it Nether-deity worshiping or rock star living.–Broken Beard
"Propelled by a lumbering guitar riff and heavily layered and sludgy chorus sections... 'psyched-out desert rock meets big city darkness'..."–Exclaim!