Across the album there are religious themes going head to head with modern day new science ideas and theories, Gazpacho’s Thomas Andersen states, ‘the album itself is about a man that sometime around 1920 decides that wherever anyone worships a God they always seem to be worshipping stone in some form.

Whether it is a grand cathedral, the stone in Mecca or Stonehenge. God seems to have been chased by his worshipers into stone never to return. This harkens back to Norwegian folk myths where if a troll was exposed to sunlight it would turn to stone but it also reflects the way God has been incommunicado for a very long time.’




1. Park Bench
2. The Master’s Voice
3. Bela Kiss
4. Know Your Time
5. Choir of Ancestors
6. ABC
7. Algorithm
8. Alarm
9. Molok Rising


1. Park Bench
2. The Master`s Voice
3. Bela Kiss
4. Know Your Time

1. Choir Of Ancestors
2. ABC
3. Alarm
4. Molok Rising

The band go on to say, ‘In a mechanistic view of the universe all events in the universe are a consequence of a previous event. This means that with enough information you should be able to calculate the past and the future and this is what he does. He names the machine ‘Molok’ after the biblical demon into whose jaws children were sacrificed because his machine crunches numbers. On solstice day he starts the machine and it quickly gains some form of intelligence as it races through history undergoing its own evolution.’