When the time came to make the new album, we sought to broaden our sound and push the limits of the genre, while still sounding like ourselves, singer and frontman Alexander Strandell explains. This time around, the songs have more versatility and finesse, together with the melodies, catchy hooks, and stellar instrumental performances that Art Nations followers have come to expect. The band has been working closely together with selected external songwriters, bringing diversity to the album. The album was recorded once again at Top Floor Studios by producer/engineer Jakob Herrmann (Amaranthe, Evergrey, Hardcore Superstar), and co-produced by Theodor Hedström and the studios assistant engineer Christoffer Borg (Kee Marcello, Bob Hund), who is also one of Art Nations guitarists. To further emphasise each songs identity, the producers and the band made the decision to work with multiple mixing engineers to equally share the mixing duties with Herrmann/Borg. Bringing back Jacob Hansen (Amaranthe, Volbeat), who mixed previous album Revolution, felt like an obvious choice. For a third mixing engineer, they chose to work with Adam Nolly Getgood (Periphery, Devin Townsend). The album was mastered by Dragan Tanaskovic (In Flames, Avatar).