An art rock group from Baltimore, The Mayan Factor have an ethnic sound, using atmospheric percussion (kongas and drums), acoustic guitars, various keyboard samples and tribal bass to an melodic, intense effect. The Mayan Factor could equally be called progressive rock as they could be lumped into the space rock category, one thing setting them apart from most artists in these genres is that the vocalist raps on occasion. Don't let this deter you, because it's an altogether interesting and one of a kind experience.
You can notice the amount of work the band put in to this album, vocals are very emotional, the bands work around the vocal tracks provided is probably near perfect. Not their best but highly recommended
The one intangible thing about The Mayan Factor's music is the fact that you can always imagine them all sitting around a campfire and just letting loose. Each song here is fitting for the end of the era for these guys, the last smoldering of what was a vibrant fire, before, quite literally, returning to the earth.