Taylor säger, “Picture Pink Floyd’s The Wall crossed with Alice In Chains Dirt with some good heavy blasts in there. The heaviest song is a total ass-kicker that sounds as if Slayer and Anthrax had a baby. Then, there’s a darker bluesy dirge that has the vibe of Led Zeppelin’s In My Time Of Dying. There’s even a little industrial vibe. It’s definitely going to blow people’s fucking minds.
Han fortsätter, ”The album is a morality play about a man who’s standing at the crossroads of his life trying to figure out what to do next. He’s going, ’Do I move foward and evolve? Do I become more responsible or do I run backwards and pilfer the basket of youth?’ Sometimes it’s romantic to live in the mistakes that you made when you were 20, and condemn yourself to perpetual adolescence.”