In 2003, progressive rapper/producer Attila generated a tremendous buzz among the Nashville underground with the release of his solo album Konquest. Rap critics were impressed with his complex rhyme schemes & provocative lyrics, while fans were attracted to his high speed delivery and sudden beat changes. Many listeners were won over by his unique form of 'world domination rap', which focuses on war, pride, and gaining power at all costs. With 'Konquest' showcasing his tremendous potential, many fans were left eagerly awaiting the next chapter in Attila's dramatic epic. Three years have passed and he has finally released his follow up album, Nightfall. This time around, Attila pushes the envelope even further with intricate arrangements, insanely complex rhyme schemes, and even more progressive song topics. The lyrics explore the topics of war, money, and power; focusing on the rise to power and it's many downfalls & consequences. Most of the songs are written as stories, with the storytelling effortlessly jumping from reality-based life lessons to tales of angels & other religious entities. Songs like 'Destiny' and 'Greed' depict a warlord's dreams of power, while 'Glory' chronicles his attempted conquest of the Romans. And the gothic epics 'Fire at the End of the Tunnel' and 'Fall from Grace' have quickly become fan favorites, as their intricate arrangements constantly evolve to match the evolving story lines. Because of it's progressive concepts & top-notch production, Nightfall is sure to leave Attila's fans begging for more.