Album Reivew By Xavier Cattarinich from Metal Master Kingdom
"All things considered, Through Glass Eyes is a mind-blowing debut. The multi-layered production is slick and beefy without being overproduced, the compositions are complex, atmospheric, and dynamic, and the musicianship and orchestral/electronic arrangements are top-notch. As a female-fronted symphonic metal band, At Dawn’s Edge will likely find themselves compared to Leaves’ Eyes, Epica, Evanescence and others in the genre, but the fusion of symphonic prog metal with heavy grooves, electronic layers, world/flamenco influences and Tamara Filipovic’s haunting voice give them a distinctive sound. They apply their orchestral and electronic arrangements in a manner that largely enhances rather than detracts from their work, and resist the temptation to emphasize their considerable technical prowess at the expense of song and emotion, which is more than one can say for many better known symphonic and prog metal bands. If At Dawn’s Edge keep releasing material of similarly high calibre, it might not be long until Canada—and the rest of the world—take notice."
Album Reivew By Gustavo Scuderi from Headbanging Moose
"In a nutshell, as previously mentioned it’s simply amazing how At Dawn’s Edge were capable of drawing influences from so many distinct types of music, putting all of them together and creating fresh and captivating metal in Through Glass Eyes without sounding cheesy, convoluted or over the top."
Evil Flamingo Music Video Review By Dead Rhetoric
"Again this month, offering some proof that you don’t need your video to look like a blockbuster film to make a point, At Dawn’s Edge provide an enchanting video for “Evil Flamingo” by simply having two women dancing."