Gorgon Days is Solace's most complete and heartfelt work to date. The music is typically dark, mystical, and gothically exotic, and yet has a style that transcends genres. Elements of world music, with hypnotic Arabic percussion, permeate it's fragile interior, but the electronic beats have an IDM quality, making it an edgier companion to the work of Dead Can Dance. The album's subject matter reflects Jeremiah Soto's inner demons and outer frustrations. It's a deeply personal journey into the heart of darkness, laying demons to rest in an ultimately therapeutic and liberating sonic experience.