Rarely, if at all, do industrial and fine art come together in a package so well thought out (from concept and presentation to imaginative musical execution, and in the sheer invention and hyper virtuosity of the performing Danish musicians) than on the Counterfictionals production entitled No Hay Banda.
Raul da Gama, theWholeNote
There's no telling how long a listener can spend down this rabbit hole and seemingly no shortage of further tunnels wherever you turn.
Geno Thackara, All About Jazz (4,5 stars of 5)
The Counterfictionals: ‘No Hay Banda’ is one of the albums you enjoy from start to end, in every soundscape, every composition. To hold the small artworks in your hand is just spectacular. A real jewel. A very big musical and artistic gift.
Miguel Angel Velez Borraz, mMusic
Crisp and massive euphony. This is the sound of four saxophones, when they are handled by four good musicians […] This is just very good.
Kjeld Frandsen, Berlingske tidende
The receipt of your group's CD has compelled me to write. I am now looking forward to a long and lasting depression due to your music with it's truly inspired concept and performance. I must now face the realisation that my own crudely conceived vision of a sax quartet + featured players is now destined to be a vague shadow of SAXOPATHS. In the past, I was happy to receive some good and some not so good disks at my shop...but now, this.
Mark Rakita, USAHorns
This is new music with a smile on your lip. Hurray, hurray and hurray […] Give them a hand
Anders Beyer, Information
All four of these musicians are very talented, work well together, and the result is a recording that is cohesive, focused, and above all, highly enjoyable. Find it if you can - Pathology comes highly recommended to all listeners, not just fans of saxophone quartets.
Michael G. Nastos, Cadence