Boomkat Product Review:
**Crepuscular ambient goth-pop for modern day maudlins** "Cemeteries is goth-pop without the pageant of black make-up, pagan jewelry and capes; if you have the willingness to consider Julee Cruise's Floating Into The Night record as goth. Reigle looked to vintage horror films and a bit of the Badalamenti tenderness for inspiration. The Wilderness is a dancing death knell of arresting funereal organs and chilling synths. Living among industrial wasteland and urban desolation, Kyle J. Reigle looked to the woods outside his Buffalo apartment for escape. Fairytales and folklore instil a fear of the woods, but Reigle is more distrustful of an unlit alley or the unknown abyss of sewers. This is the dream pop transmitting over the truck radio of teenagers driving the dark labyrinth of outlying woods in a mountain town. It's the requiem to a sleep walk in the dead of night, bare foot across the pinecone bed of the forest. A surreal glow is on the fringes of each soundscape, while Reigle's whispered croon sounds as though it was sent up from the depths of a well. Early reactions from the indie press are drawing favourable comparisons to the the likes of Galaxie 500., Wild Nothing, Beach House, Woods...."