The Parallel Lines project was born out of the idea of improvisation. Their previous releases were recorded live, with no prepared setlists or planned out melodies, rather a post rock version of jamming. This album is no different: Recorded in two sessions, and then masetered by Eric Quach, the result is an extremely moody drone album, that can be seen as a soundtrack for our industrial times, as well as a tribute to their natural musical talent. The tracks combine to form walls of dark and intense music, mostly with indefinable peaks. Like a monotonous but enticing daydream, waves drag the listener into the depths. Each musician is talented in their own way, as a group, they form a powerful trio that spins their voodoo magic in a subtle and beautiful fashion.