Cerebellion’s “Inalienable” is an indubitably great alt-metal disc, featuring expert musicianship and solid songwriting. If you’re looking for a genre-bending experience, you’ll love what you hear here.
More than once they drop in delicate acoustic guitar breaks that are much more flamenco than feedback, especially on the excellent “Undeniable,” perhaps the album’s best song.
Ned RaggettOC Weekly
In listening to this CD, it is apparent that Cerebellion doesn’t just write music, but they write songs and yes there is a difference.
Hollywood Music Magazine
“Not The Final Destination” kicks your ass up and the down the street. The Spanish influence on “Undeniable” shines through. Vocalist Joe Arnold belts out passionate lyrics in “Embrace the Imperfection” and “Coexisting.” “Just Under the Surface” shows off the controlled frenzy of drummer Jimmy Schultz. “Breach of Security” is an audio assault that exhibits the talents of guitarist John Arnold and his tasty riffs.