"Hello. Greetings. Salutations. This is the part where you die."
The prefatory line to SoundOnSound's concept album brings about an explosion caught on audio. The album was recorded piece by piece in different locations in El Paso, including Jim Ward's(of At the Drive-In, Sparta, and Sleepercar) studio Clap Of Thunder.
The ominous opening is fitting for a group of songs attempting to convey a science fiction story about war, pleas for co-existence in a time when extra-terrestrial beings have attacked the earth, and about a friend's betrayal during the use of a time machine.
released August 4, 2012
engineered and mixed by javi caballero
produced by soundonsound and javi caballero
mastered by mike major