Dark, dirty, analog ambience with a bit of a cyberpunk influence. Where the futuristic cities reach higher and higher into the skies, this album dwells amongst the dark, polluted, seedy surface levels. Think 24/7 dark, with only lonely neon lights and industrial amber lights ever so slightly illuminating ypur way. The sound of filthy machinery and straining structures hidden away from the bright side of civilization are constantly churning and echoing in the distance throughout this claustrophobic landscape, in the form of echoing mechanical clings, hisses, and some seriously foreboding mechanical "howls". All with a very analog sheen. The final track is akin to the ending credits, an awesome "cinematic" motif that hammers home that gritty 70s-80s scifi atmosphere that has such a unique and hard to replicate feel. Very evocative stuff!
Favorite track: Coronation Of Jackals.