The second time around, Nameless Decade entertains us with melodic synthesized and orchestrated melodies put around this giant guitar. On this release, we can see musical growth and complexity infaturated with melodies up the you know what. The album opens with 'Rewriting History' which is an avant-garde song with the first half being sung and the other half being completely instrumental. You can hear a huge psychedlic Beatles influence from backwards guitars and pianos over a very catchy bass line. 'War of Ignorance' is a synthesized march song, just imagine an army of little ants marching into battle. 'Delusional Love' is a ballad about everyone trying to find love in everything yet finding out that the only way to find true love is for love to find them. The lead single from the album, 'Society is a Joke' is a danceable disco-hard rock sound with a pounding message, we work our lives off only to be in the same places we've always been, these places are always the shittiest. 'Vines of Suicide' is the heaviest song on the album, filled with vocal melodies and heavy guitars and electronic beats, you could call this song our 'emo-electronica' song. 'When Fear Disappears' is a song fit for any movie soundtrack. One can find hope filled with sadness in this song. You can hear slide guitars, acoustic guitars, and an amazingly catchy bass line. 'You Want More?' describes the state of our consumer-based society. 'Bombing Your Ignorance' is based off of 'War of Ignorance' this song is primarily a different mix of the song. By the end of the album, you can hear stripped down versions 'Delusional Love' and 'When Fear Disappears' as well as the instrumental version for 'Soceity is a Joke'. This is the latest attempt by Nameless Decade and will surely be unnoticed to the naked ignorant eye.