Formed almost five years ago, the band has since grown out of it's traditional Metallica-esque roots, which can be heard in the last two tracks. Drawing on other influences such as progressive rock bands Pink Floyd and Jethro Tull, Bushwhacker has been able to develop a style that encompasses aspects of both genres, creating a sound true to their own. The polyphonic blending of melodies and rhythms forges a unique atmospheric wall of sound that is becoming a signature attribute of the band's music. Songs like 'Over Easy' and 'The Trip' have a heavy, spaced-out sound that will take listeners from a trance-like daze to a bone-crunching delirium. With lyrical topics revolving around the mind, reality, war, mankind and the apocalypse, Bushwhacker's debut album will intrigue listeners with an open mind.