This record is so ridiculously TTK and still so breathtakingly original. It’s like in the last six years they uncovered another level of what it means to be Toys That Kill. And within the level they found the ability to be both harder and softer than they had on previous records. The ability to get even weirder, but never straying too far that it would seem unnatural. In the context of the last five years, Fambly 42 fits in perfectly with albums like New Animals, C I V I L W A R, and The High Hate Us. Sometimes a great record can take awhile. There’s no rush, because in the end these records will be remembered for a long time.

 –Daryl Gussin (Recess,