First: the blindly idiotic vitriol directed at this woman by hateful rubes is pretty disgusting. If I only had a nickel for every loathsome fake review of her work by some dumb troll with no taste posted on the internet, I'd be even richer than she is.
Now then, the album. Take Me to the Land of Hell addresses Yoko's primary weakness with her albums in the past: length. Season of Glass is definitely two songs too long away from being a stone cold masterpiece. Approximately Infinite Universe has a lot of brilliant material, but what an amazing single disc record it could have been by parring the tracklisting down to the absolute best. And then her last album, the largely excellent Between My Head and the Sky, gets bogged down in the middle with one too many (very) lengthy conceptual, meditative tracks of pleasantly strummed guitar and Yoko reciting some platitudes. Take Me to the Land of Hell, by contrast, is a lean, mean, concise album, clocking in around the forty minute mark and never overstaying its welcome. This is an energetic, fun album that's very danceable in places too, taking the vintage Plastic Ono Band sound (one of the pleasures of these last two albums is how the band noticeably stays in line with the band's general sound from the past) and shooting it through with some modern, funky influences.
Most of it feels a bit more lightweight than the best material on Between My Head and the Sky, especially the beautiful and haunting piano pieces that close that album, and it doesn't have that album's overall coherence, but these two new albums go well together and are definitely her best work since 1982's It's Alright (I See Rainbows). The critical acclaim is very welcome, too -- Yoko was always ahead of her time, and considering this new album currently has a "Universal Acclaim" rating from critics on Metacritic, it seems the rest of the musical establishment is starting to catch up.
Except the hateful idiots who don't listen to it and just spew bile and spam comment sections concerning her, of course. As Bowie (himself an admirer of Yoko's) once sang, "dumb is forever".