«Avast carries on their country’s tradition of black metal in a way that you might not see coming.» – Invisible Oranges
«Avast is one of the strongest post-black metal bands out there.» – Can this even be called Music?
«This truly is one of the best debut albums that I have heard in years.» – The New Fury
«Mother Culture is an album that fans of this style should not pass on.» – Nine Cirles
«Well, are you ready to go back to belonging to the world?» – Aristocrazia Webzine
«If the end is indeed nigh, this isn’t a bad way to go out.» – Revolver Magazine
«Especially the songwriting is first class.» – Voices From the Darkside
«Delve into Avast’s vision of a dark future.» – Decibel Magazine
«It unabashedly pulls at the heartstrings.» – No Clean Singing
«A brilliant mixture of anger and melancholy.» – Amboss Mag
«An absolutely breathtaking debut record.» – Metalmance
«Avast is a rather unique creation.» – Metal Revolution
«This is an enjoyably captivating album.» – Ninehertz
«A powerful debut album.» – Metal Only e.V.
«A strong album!» –
«Be prepared!» – Eternal Terror
«Terrific.» – Bleeding4Metal
«9/10» – Valkyries Webzine
«3.5/5» – Angry Metal Guy
«9/10» –
«10/10» – Pavillon Webzine
«9/10» – POST
«8.5/10» – Ave Noctum
«7.5/10» –
«8/10» – Zephyrs Odem
«82/100» – Lords of Metal
«10/15» – My Revelations
«4/5» – United Rock Nations
«10/15» –
«7/10» –
«7.5/10» –
«10/15» – Legazy
«8.7/10» – Metal Factory
«8/10» – Rock Hard
«5/7» – Metal Hammer
«7/10» – Deaf Forever
«3.6/5» – Rock Hard Slovakia
«8/10» – Rock Tribune
«4/6» – Scream Magazine
«8/10» – Ultraje

«The crowd lapped it up and so they should as this was a stunning performance – Atmospheric, brutal and hypnotic.» – Ave Noctum
«Speaking of surprises, however, Blackened Post/Post-Black metallers Avast turned out to be a big one.» – No Clean Singing
«These guys have the energy of a pissed off thrash metal band.» – Scream Magazine
«Avast was the most impressive band of the day.» – Råkkfolk
«This band has something exciting going on.» – Bergens Tidende