Rating: 93 / 100. “The history of Nightstop’s music, and indeed the breadth of the genre, is synthesized into a carefully paradoxical musical journey that is both beautiful and dangerous, club-friendly and introspective. Musically, it is a dancing killer.”
Rating: 84 / 100. “The band is adept at a variety of styles, shifting easily from speed metal to classic heavy metal and supporting it all with genuine elements of blues and hard rock.”
A homogenized lump of soft synthwave with few interesting moments.
Rating: 75 / 100. “Satan’s Hallow is perfect to throw on for a Saturday night drinking session with some friends, but those looking for depth, nuance, and song variety will find them in short supply here.”
Bold experimentation and a commitment to nostalgia help Eighties Kids stands out as a modern synthwave gem.