Valhalla Lights have a leading contender for hard rock album of the year on their hands.
– Heavy Music HQ
“World on Fire” literally gave me chills! Something about it really spoke to me in this way I'm afraid I cannot accurately describe. Give it a listen and you'll know exactly what I mean. In fact… I loved this so much that I re-played it twice during my first listen through of the album.
– Metal Temple
Valhalla Lights latest album My Gracious Highway is a dose of stratospheric, cosmic hard rock n’ roll of epic proportions. With vocals rooted in psych rock ala Purson and music rooted in the cosmic sounds of bands like Captain Beyond and Monster Magnet, Valhalla Lights has created an album with enough groove to shift the planets completely out of orbit. Strap in tight because this is without a doubt going to be a liftoff of NASA proportions.
– Don de Leaumont, The Great Southern Brainfart
The riffs are definitely packed full of the hip-swinging sass. The album roars out of the gate with “Rise Above” - a no-nonsense stomper with a lead riff that cannot fail to grab your attention
– Punk News
It’s a crisp 13-track/45-minute long-player, marked by solid songcraft and the forward performance of vocalist Ange Saul.
– The Obelisk
A completely solid album from start to finish exploring all side of Heavy Rock And Roll while putting their own tinges to the music.
– That Drummer Guy
Heavy riffs and soaring vocals
– Metal Heads Forever
The very first time I played this I asked myself why on earth had this album been self-released? This is crying out for major label support as it is just so damn good!
– Firebrand’s Rock and Metal Express