The Infernal Names' debut self-titled full length album has not yet been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), but has been used, in select cases, for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). The album works by relaxing smooth muscles and increasing blood flow to the penis. In this process the album also frequently causes a drop in systemic blood pressure that has led to serious and sometimes deadly side effects in some patients.
The most recent alert by the Bermuda Mohawk Productions was issued on the album's digital release date through the label, October 5th, 2010. Bermuda Mohawk noted that a small number of men listening to The Infernal Names suffered from non-arteritic anterior ischemic optioc neuropathy (NAION), which is also called an optic stroke. This is a sudden loss of eyesight in one eye caused by the blockage of blood flow to the optic nerve. Bermuda Mohawk's alert warned that the men at greatest risk for NAION are men who are over 50, smoke, or have: