"When Leonardo Pavkovic from Moonjune Records sends me an album I expect good and elaborate Jazz / Prog Fusion, but with DIALETO's latest release The Last Tribe, he took me by surprise, never really expected a Heavy Prog power trio without keyboards, but most important, never expected to find such rich melodies in a band obviously oriented towards solos and virtuosity.
"... one of the most extravagant and rewarding musical works I listened in 2013, and deserves no less than 5 solid stars (I must be getting weak, two 5 stars ratings in two days), because it's fresh and innovative, but carries the spirit of traditional Rock with the complexity of Prog."
- Ivan Melgar, ProgArchives
"... Dialeto is a trio that possesses the goods to make a substantial impact.
"... a huge soundscape, partly due to Nelson Coelho's stinging guitar-paced phrasings atop Jorge Pescara's monster bass lines, incorporated via his Touch Guitars and Miguel Angel's reverberating rock beats. Operating within intense and sprawling frameworks, Coelho's impacting crunch-chords and distortion- heavy voicings generate a gigantic wall of sound.
"... traces of studio echo yields added depth or perhaps an additional dimension to the unit's core sound but also enhances its colossal musical presence, combined with a program structured on durable compositions."
- Glenn Astarita, All About Jazz
"As the promo lit correctly avers, this group does not stay rooted in any one place for very long, preferring exploration and innovation. Those notes also claim Nelson and his confreres to be "one of progressive music's most vital new voices", and I have zero argument with that."
- Mark S. Tucker, FAME
"... instrumental progressive rock trio Dialeto has shown themselves to be one of the most powerful rising forces in Brazil. An eclectic mix of progressive rock, post rock, and jazz, rounded off by a raw and heavy edge, the music of The Last Tribe makes for a unique observation that features some dazzling displays of high-class musicianship."
- Jeff B., Sea of Tranquility
"Dialeto appears to have settled into a well defined sound ... utilizing a fairly vast canvas to craft their own brand of harder edged, instrumental progressive rock. Economic, sparse and effective on one hand yet richly layered with plentiful of details on the other, they merrily wander wherever they want to go, to the enjoyment of listeners with a taste for easily accessible music and challenging escapades both."
- Olav M Bjornsen, Progulator
"... will not fail to appeal to lovers of instrumental progressive rock, especially those who set a great store by technically proficient yet soulful guitar playing rather than lightning-fast shredding. The album, which finally sees Nelson Coelho take his rightful place among other distinguished six-stringers on the Moonjune roster, such as Barry Cleveland, Dennis Rea and Michel Delville, is also warmly recommended to fans of King Crimson and its “trio” offshoots."
- Raffaella Berry, ProgSphere
"... spontaneity is kept in every composition. Moreover, Nelson Coelho is an amazing master on the six-string ..."
- Pedro Bekkers, Background Magazine (Netherlands)
"Instrumental progressive rock music with post-rock & jazz-fusion elements ...
"The performances are superb on the whole ... a good album of progressive rock & jazz-fusion improvisation with post-rock bits ..."
- Thanos, GrandeRock
"... Dialeto has that uncommon spark that pushes their sound beyond simple categorization. Touches of jazz-rock abound, as well as hints of blues and Spanish style folk elements, those Santana-esque guitar pyrotechnics, and the old-school heavy 1970s King Crimson style, but none of these reference points, taken alone or together define the band’s sound; they are about as original as it gets. Their strength is in their invention, in not playing by the rules, and offering a lot more than just a flashy rehash of things that have been done before, all presented without gimmickry. A disc that gets better with each play, I can’t imagine anyone not liking this."
- Peter Thelen, Exposé
"... based on good, well-crafted and melodic compositions rather than free jamming. It makes you want to listen to the album again."
- Diego Camargo, Progshine
"... Progressive Rock and Jazz Fusion combined together like a steamroller as if it to take you into different areas for wonderous amazement for what you are about to sink your little ear buds in for a fantastic cosmic voyage to expect the unexpected.
"... a dosage of experimental music, virtuosity which takes both the three instruments from various movements whether its Rock, Ambient, and Atmospheric music and not to mention the sounds of the Discipline-era from King Crimson’s peak ..."
- Zachary Nathanson, Music From The Other Side of the Room
"... a prog band approaching rock from a fusion angle—with none of the limpness associated with much of post-Miles Davis fusion. Dialeto balances power with grace and structure with freedom."
- David Luhrssen, Express Milwaukee