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«Ohmwork's "Fractions" is a multi-faceted work of art that highlights the band's versatility and creativity. With soulful melodies and moving lyrics, the EP creates an immersive listening experience.»

(8/10, AM:plified, December 2023)

«Heavy music, but melodic, refined, intelligent, well-finished, extremely well arranged: it's doom with theatrical hints (...)» (8/10, Metalhead, October 2023)

«Excellent production, the finest songs, fantastic guitar solos, beautifully prominent bass in the mix, drums that sound like drums and a singer with a fantastic voice that I like even better in the undistorted, normal pitch.»

(6,5/7, eReM Online, October 2023)


«(…) the use of a simple definition (I am referring to the use of the word metal) does not do justice in the slightest to the extraordinary engaging musical expression that this trio manages to propose!»

(no rating, Long Live Rock ‘N’ Roll, October 2023)


«For fans of huge heavy riffs, great solos, surprising twists in your songs, this is a beast of an album.»

(9/10, Powerplay Rock and Metal Magazine, October 2021)

«If you like Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree etc than you should take the time to check out Ohmwork. A well-crafted album with quality songs wrapped up in an unusual package. A double thumbs up from me!»

(no rating, RPM Online, October 2021)

«…a remarkable sonic impact that lovers of the genre and those who follow the band will not struggle to appreciate, and enjoy until the last note.»

(7,5/10, MusicWebZine, October 2021)

"Of the eight songs, there is really no bad one! Ohmwork therefore appears to be a pleasant surprise for me; seriously a must for the classic heavy rock fan with a dark touch."

(no rating,, December 2019 by Chris van der Aa)

"Horrorworks should be under the Christmas tree in every house where a metal head or tree resides, because this is some of the best releases coming from the genre in 2019. And by that I think of the biggest country of them all; Abroad. Well done, guys!"

(no rating, The Wilhelmsens, December 2019 by Johnny Wilhelmsen)

"... sounds like Muse and Audrey Horne are in the studio together. Spacey riffs and a hint of bombast are mixed with heavy metal with a punk attitude. So highly recommended."

(no rating,, December 2019 by Frank van de Ven)

“With their third release, the double concept album ‘Alyssa Drone’, Ohmwork is heading towards the heavyweight division of hard rock.”

(8/10, Blackmoon, October 2017 by Harald Linbach)


“The adventurous music lovers can expect hours of joy with this release. After each round in the turnaround it grows on you.”

(5/6, iTromso, October 2017 by Åsgeir Johansen)


“Ohmwork have released an exciting, cool and stylish album that deserves to be checked out by all fans of rock and metal."

(5/6, The Wilhelmsens, October 2017 by Johnny Wilhelmsen)


"... legendary acts such as Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Dio, and Iron Maiden, come to mind while some of the guitar harmonies have a whiff of Thin Lizzy and Rainbow about them, but Ohmwork have certainly carved out a sound and an identity of their own now, which is awesome."

(4/6, Eternal Terror, November 2017 by Jens Nepper) 


"If you like hard rock from the 80's, or metal before it progressed to a more extreme direction, you will love the riffs, the soloing, the interaction, and the production."

(no rating, VinylKnut, November 2017 by Knut Tore Breivik)


"This is a good, old fashioned rock album, which is bound to get your feet tapping and head nodding. Big things are expected of these lads"

(no rating, Classic Rock Society, January 2016 by MC)

"... nitrogen is burned up faster than the engines can fill as they fly across everything from Iron Maiden, Sabbath to Slayer back and forth."

(9/10,, December 2015 by Dave Attrill)


"And then there's their playing; this is a band full of the kind of swagger that's born of miles on the road and hours in the studio. They're tight, too: the kind of tightness that only three-pieces seem able to muster; the instruments practically breathing together."

(no rating, Powerplay, October 2015 by Wayne Simmons)

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