The song titles and lyrics cover some of the spiritual, trippy, and occult topics that I have come to expect from stoner metal. Vocalist David Bell's voice is a balance of every melodic vocal that stoner metal features; clean vocalists within the genre either sound punky or like they've sprained an ankle at the bottom of a well. He pulls of his own voice with power, which I don't hear often in vocals of this style, but also with an occasional harsh scream (such as in the the song "The Awakening").
What most surprised me about this album was the moderate song lengths. In any music that is geared towards self-identified stoners, the music usually plods for ten minutes or longer per song. 88MT, on the hand, create the music for stoner metal fans with songs that are long enough for their ears, yet most of them are just short enough to keep everyone else engaged and interested in listening to the entire album.