The album takes off with “A place to bury strangers”, building up tension for what is to come using his own voice as the main sound source for the entire composition. “The invisible quantity of matter” deals with how long things resonate, even the little ones. “Howling moons” introduces the first rhythmic notions on the album. Buried deeply in the mix, the metallic sounds eventually take over in combination with the noise.
“Solar flares” is a more straightforward 4/4 atmospheric track with sparkling effects in a wide stereo field. A slow burner for the dancing legs out there. “The end as we know it” is about drama, with a lo-fi sharp cinematic drone in a shimmer bath and feedback delay … all done with a single human voice and the SOMA Pipe. “Firestorm” combines distorted strings, oriental voices and different noise types, while “Dathomir witch” is dark, spooky and low. “Dwarven artefacts” is probably more what some people expected to hear from this artist. Straight up techno, stereo bubbles in an aggressive coat, like it or not - pure energy.