"Dystopification" is a conceptual album based around dystopic, bleak visions of the future.
- an instrumental introduction of the album. A daydream in which a mind escapes from a gray, dystopic reality into a better parallel world and in which the pictures of today fade away like colours in the rain.
- a "caged paradise" where a dialog between two "dark forces" takes place. Also, a form of threat addressed to those who "are not with us, but against us".
- recruitment of exceptional individuals in secret socities, their obligations and commitments to society interests, the rule of silence and self- sacrifice.
- a police unit, formed to control human mass in overpopulated cities. Riots are considered a serious problem for the regime and it`s suppression is of vital interest for the ruling elite. It`s mostly an overview of the coldness in action.
- hidden in a forest of bureaucratic procedures and balancing between censorship, various freedoms and human rights, this crime is raising fear among everyday people in a dystopic world. The song puts in the middle an ordinary man dealing with complex bureaucracy to prove his innocence, although it`s an unwritten rule that the accused of such a crime is almost always convicted and then forgotten.
- dedicated to dictators and totalitarian figures, it`s a sort of a distress call to challenge oppressive regimes by uncovering their unhuman side and by showing "outer world" possibilities.
- a sad story of a father who lost his daughter. Without digging into the reasons of the tragedy, the story is focused primarly on the emotional impact and inner pain of such loss.
- life signatures imprinted on a face.
This song is depicting the overdevelopment and the decadence of big industrial and urban areas from an ordinary person`s point of view. The lyrical picture shows an exaggeration of technological progress and the impact it has on urban human "units", who tend to escape from this anomaly and its side effects.