"I was planning at some point to note where exactly it is that “Part Five,” the final track of Palmless Prayer / Mass Murder Refrain, metamorphoses from merely a satisfying conclusion into the single most magnificent piece of music I'd heard all year. I knew there was a moment where I felt this; where the drums come in, or the guitars reach a crescendo, or when the two plangent string refrains finally begin to weep in unison. But while re-listening to the piece, two things happened: First I lost count of the moments that made my heart break, and then I lost the ability to count.
It’s the type of music that demands your full attention to have any kind of effect. And when you give it, you'll find it hurts; be prepared to recall every time you had to watch someone walk away, every dying pet from childhood, every thing you wish you hadn't just said." - Stylus Magazine
Possibly the most devastating and destructive piece of work. No words, no harm and no names for these perfect compositions gave them the immortality - this will be listened and silencely applaused in one hundred years from now on.