"What you get here is absolute chaos. . . in a good way, of course. If you like what the underground has to offer you, or just need a break from the norm, then Creepmoon by Dimesland is an album you'll definitely want to take a moment to experience."
— Apochís Metal Review
"Dimesland explore the darker and more aggressive possibilities for expression in the world of metal music.
Creepmoon does not take many spins before you realize that there is indeed order to the chaos, and that every single movement is carefully timed."
— Sea Of Tranquility
"Creepmoon is neither traditional nor progressive metal. It's more an experimental animal: abstract and abstruse."
— Dangerdog Music Reviews
"Dimesland plays a style that mixes black, death and thrash metal with their abstract metal to create their own sound.
If you are looking for something that is different but still heavy, you should check out this band."
— Blackened Death Metalzine
"Dimeslandís Creepmoon is abstract, chaotic, powerful, fast, and sophisticated. Multi-faceted and diverse, with technical skill, ordered chaos and subtle psychosis. Full of ideas and discoveries, each song is a small innovation."
— Metal Impetus
"Sci-fi thrashing avant metal that will get your blood racing with the very creative way the noise and blur of sounds and layers are presented. Vendlus you have impressed me again with Creepmoon. I hope to hear more from this band soon."
— Absolute Zero Media
"Imagine if you will an EP of tunes that batter you from your speakers with colossal, thrashing guitar riffs that scythe through each piece, over frantic drum patterns in a variety of awkward and disparate time signatures and blastbeats. Add a hammering bass line and a side order of discord, and you get some idea of what to expect from this eventful debut release from Oakland, California-based Dimesland.
Creepmoon flows through the listeners ears with a hint of chaos, but, afforded enough time and effort, indicate technical proficiency and efficiency that is hard to dismiss. There is an immense amount of chaos and excitement about these 18 minutes, but the chaos never at any time feels uncontrolled. Dimesland may have released a truly original piece of abstract and tentative work that goads the listener away from mere genre defining and into unsullied, exhilarating territory."
— Alternative Matter
"It is definitely metal, although a very weird and abstract kind of metal.
The songs—which are short, intensely hyperactive, and filled with swirling metal guitars and intense drumming—are essentially a psychedelic version of technical metal."
— The One True Dead Angel
"An American experiment of dark thrash and chaotic guitar and drums. A steamroller advance of destruction."
— Zware Metalen
"Dimeslandís sound incorporates elements of thrash, progressive, sludge, and ambient while refusing to stay within the boundaries of any of them. Creepmoon is a volatile concoction of heaviness. In the end, their approach is a collective that's as neurotic as it is psychotic, and that's something many of us in the metal world are encouraged by."
— Metal Review
"Dimeslandís Creepmoon displays an easy but nasty mastery of the metal and hard rock riff, as well as a trust in their chops to stray beyond those limitations, sometimes way beyond.
— Music Emissions