If you like blast beats, sonic beat downs, hoarse vocals, choppy riffs, and something like Unsane on speed, then you’ve got it here in Mothra. Songs take a left turn and then a right before circling back and threatening to turn the wheel violently while stepping on the gas, and damn the consequences. Just when you think you’re in for a high-octane ride, they through a slow burner at you, and yet you’re compelled by the power of Mothra to stay on board. And when you’ve about caught your breath, they throw even more tricks at you from up their sleeve, if only to demonstrate that when you think you have this band figured, you probably don’t. But it’s a great listen as you try to puzzle it out, all the while Mothra pulling the rug out from under you with their barrage of structure changes and aggro beats and riffs. Fans of Converge, Burnt By The Sun, and older The Dillinger Escape Plan should enjoy this record!
"Think about the aggro grinding technical hardcore of Knut or Keelhaul, add in aforementioned extreme grinders/weirdoes Nyia and you're on the right path to your new favourite micro-genre, which resides in a ghetto of a scene if there ever was one — one you're not likely to emerge from without a few physical problems. This is one of the heaviest discs that will come out this year." - Exclaim.ca
"If you could put the best parts of Entombed, Godflesh, Neurosis, Isis and Sick of it all into one package you will come close to what Mothra have unleashed with Dyes." - Absolute Zero Media