The planet Regis is uninhabited; man has no business being here... It's no different than if the men had perished in an earthquake or a thunderstorm. We haven't been confronted by someone's conscious, purposeful effort or some hostile will. Nothing but an inorganic process of self-organization... Is it worth wasting our energy and strength to destroy it, simply because from the start we've considered it an enemy lying in wait for us...?
Stanislaw Lem, The Invincible
released May 22, 2017
All music and mastering by Joshua Stefane
Art by Joshua Stefane
Design by Michael Thomas
Special thanks to Marcus Miller, Christopher Olson, Kyoko Nishikawa, Paul Duchnay, Michael Thomas and Megumi Kagawa
supported by 14 fans who also own “The Invincible”
Never have I heard a more intricate yet simplistic ensemble of perfection in sound.
It's hard to pick a favorite track on this album, as every single one is it's own masterpiece. I have a huge library of ambient soundscapes and drones, and this is without a doubt the king of them all.
This album will provide you a genuine experience of drifting through the vast universe in a hyper sleep pod.