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Smash Press (Netherlands)

“De heren van Mountain Eye mogen trots zijn op dit debuutalbum. Ze laten een geweldige hoeveelheid veelzijdigheid zien. Het heeft een frisse mengeling van rustige en brute tracks waarvan geen enkel repetitief klinkt. De enige vraag die nu is overgebleven is: wanneer komen er nog meer tracks? 9/10”

Dutch Metal Maniac (Netherlands)

“Roads Uncharted is such a strong album, it is pretty difficult to choose my personal favorite track of this album.”

Zware Metalen (Netherlands)

“Ik moet zeggen dat ik tamelijk onder de indruk ben van Mountain Eye en het album Roads Uncharted. De heren laten horen dat zij weten wat zij doen en een duidelijk beeld hebben van hun handelsmerk. 74/100”

Bunker Magazine (Russia)

“The album immediately sets the bar high for all their future material and live concerts. 9/10” (translated)

IYE Zine (Italy)

“The Dutch band threw us for half an hour in the middle of the nu metal scene that was, and it does so with a collection of absolutely successful songs – 7.8/10” (translated)

Amnplify (Australia)

“‘Roads Uncharted’ is a solid debut album, giving fans of alternate metal an insight of what is to become of Mountain Eye in the near future if they continue to grow and break the alternative/nu metal stigma that most bands have moulded to.”

Lyrical Spell (International)

“Mountain Eye has a new, fresh music sound, which kind of sounds like a mix between Linkin Park and Slipknot, with a huge spin of their own in it. It is an original, unique idea and they have amazing potential for the future. 8/10”

Metalheads Forever Magazine (Internationaal)

“What Mountain Eye manage with ‘Roads Uncharted’ is to adapt that nu-metal metal sound already lain down by bands such as Linkin Park, Disturbed and Sevendust and expand on it by dropping many of the cliched aspects that made the nu-metal scene so bloated by the turn of the millennium. 72/100