For those who recall the carefully pitch bent tones and ephemeral atmospheres of Plastikman's Consumed era, the eponymous track of this release might generate a certain amount of nostalgia. The effect is enhanced by massive reverb applied to subtle chords to create a cavernous sonic space, with a distinctively stone-like feel. "The Unbearable Lightness" enters with a rolling bass, similar to much of the modern drone techno of Prologue and their Italian brothers-in-arms Zooloft. The track is then filled out using modulating synthetic noises with a bitter acidic aftertaste.
The final track of the release, "Trapped in Eternity," calls to mind images of chemical-induced despair. Acid synths and pumping low-pass filtered noise are structured around piercing metallic percussion. Bradley then ends the release with a solid minute of tastefully miserable drone that eerily resembles human voices.