|"Stirring stuff, it's the perfect entry point for those new to the Slothrust universe."
- CLASH (On "Sleep Eater")
"The insane shredding, crazy bass lines, and mad rocking are still there, but it also feels like a natural evolution from their last record, especially with Leah's lyrics, which are poignant and funny and you can relate to as an adult going through adult things and living through adult shit without wanting to pull your hair out."
- Lenny Letter
"Slothrust have released some their best songs yet on their recent album 'Everyone Else'. The Brooklyn-based trio's music-replete with lo-fi guitar, abrasive vocals and lyrics full of awkward yet affecting metaphors alongside blunt emotional confessions..."
- Alternative Press
"Everyone's Else stands out, making the two year period wait worth every moment" 4/5 Boobs
"Tender fingerpicking passages lurch into crashing speed-metal crescendos, loping country-western equestrian odes edge into menacing horror-movie pizzicato and back again."
- Village Voice
"...a rip-roaring quick hit that places Leah Wellbaum’s gravelly voice over some ferocious-sounding guitars."
“Listen to songs by Slothrust, and you'll hear aggressive sounds that hearken back to early-'90s rock bands like Nirvana and Dinosaur Jr. Listen more closely, and you'll also hear elements of the blues that the band’s members learned when they met in their college's jazz program."
- NPR MUSIC
"Slothrust exemplify how colorful, fun and insightful rock music can be. The best kind of weird."