Mixing the primal with the electronic, Ordinary People’s “Hero of the Doom” is an intense ritualistic recording. At times the pieces feel incredibly raw with simplistic hypnotic rhythms anchoring the otherwise menacing chaoticaural landscapes. Length serves an important purpose throughout the album: by letting the songs unfurl ever so gradually their cyclical nature gives them a sense of calm. At times the synthesizer experiments that dot the album resemble the retro-futurist leanings of Editions Mego Spectrum Spools sub-label. – SKOPE Magazine
Ordinary People is on radio rotation with the track “No Longer Human”.