This album contains a few songs that are notably more mature than previous works. For instance, there is a larger emphasis on keyboards, rather than techno beats (which are almost completely gone), as well as an extremely large amount of clean singing used on the album. Most of the songs rely on atmosphere and technicality rather than speed (this idea has previously been explored by Discordance Axis) as well as progressive metal shown as an obvious influence. Other moments show a more generalized approach. For instance, "Recursion" is IDM in sound, whereas "The Whips Blow Back" has more of a power noise approach. The album's closing track, "Relief", is distinguishable from the rest of the album (and previous Genghis Tron material), as it almost drops electronic music entirely, in favor of a doom metal sound.
There are two different vinyl releases from Lovepump United: standard and limited. The standard one has two black vinyl discs with the second one being single sided. On the unused side is an etching similar to the album artwork. The limited edition is the same, except the first disc is colored with a transparent splatter design, and it is limited to 400 copies.