In the album, the band constructs an underwater soundscape with tracks weaving in and out of each other to tell the
story of an evil organization that has laced the ocean with a hundred sea mines, making war with their enemies and innocent sea-dwellers alike.
The album title is a reference to the
metaphor of "exorcism," i.e., the casting out of a spirit from the body, that is a theme
present in every song on the record, reflecting
the different experiences of the souls affected by this marine warfare.
"For this new album we're really drawing out the ingredients of our staple 'Nautical Rock 'n' Roll' sound in bold and experimental ways to tell the story of Liquid Exorcist. While progressing the experimental
sounds of this new genre, we're also
channeling our roots to give homage to our collective influences, such as doing a Chris
Cornell tribute song ['Show Me How To Live']
and songs that are an obvious nod to
60's surf rock, prog rock, and Nirvana-esque grunge pop."
Russ T. Shipp (frontman)
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