“[Yet Further] Without a doubt one of biggest surprises and one of the best instrumental albums of 2016.” — Mark Martins, []

“Sioum calls to mind a heavier Zombi mixed with Russian Circles, while also channeling Battles and Cancer Conspiracy with their use of odd-time signatures and discordant yet rhythmic riffs.” — Invisible Oranges Staff, []

Yet Further is a settle-in-for-the-journey record that will reward repeated listenings — and stubbornly prevent any temptation to background it.” — Monica Kendrick

“Chicago instrumetalists Sioum call to mind the techy, proggy stylings of Don Caballero or Dysrhythmia, but with a cinematic and dramatic flair that’ll have fans of Russian Circles cheering.” — Vince Neilstein, []

“[Yet Further is] Definitely one of the most thoughtful,
well-constructed albums I’ve heard in a while.”
— Ben Sharp, [Cloudkicker]

Yet Further, all I can say is that it is a sheer feat of brilliance and a testament to the value of resilience bolstering talent.” — Mircea Laslo, []

“Hey, big post rock bands! This is how you mesmerize your listeners. A masterpiece. […] Album of the year contender. A strong one. Very special blend of post rock and ambient/experimental elements. […] Best albums of May – 9.5/10” – Inter ,[]

“Any Tool fans out there? Do you also enjoy epic post rock? Check out Chicago’s Sioum they’re a perfect combination of both!” — [The Math-Rock News]

“Each track is a fantastic blend of emotion, gaming nostalgia, progressive joy and hard-hitting music.” — Calum Gibson, []

“After a successful Kickstarter campaign this year
the appropriately titled Yet Further saw light of day.”
— Max Rotvel, []


Sioum’s Arthur Zdrinc Trials Through “Tribulation” In New Drum Playthrough — Kyle Gaddo, []