Mortis Nervosa might draw from a beloved piece of Gen X pop culture, but it completely abandons the grunge trappings of Vudu Sister’s 2013 rocker Household Items. Mortis Nervosa goes for straight folk with a sinister twist, sounding more like traditional ballads than even Vudu Sister’s debut, Bastard Children, which lands more in the orbit of Americana and folk revival. Populated by murderers and ghosts, Mortis plays like the horror anthology that inspired it, with beautiful string arrangements to compliment the dark, often grisly subject matter. Like a raspy-voiced stranger on a dark country road, Keith leads listeners from one macabre tale to the next.”

– Providence Monthly