Deep, dark and mysterious. 'Man's Machine' is a journey into the depths of human nature. With cold, dark tones over heavy, powerful rhythms topped off with mysterious but lucid vocals, Luxon has stuck the proverbial finger right in the face of mankind and said, 'Look what you've done!' The overall feel of this album is kind of dark, focusing mainly on man's own folly, but there are also passages that are more amusing than satirical. Although the sounds here would best be compared to those of an earlier era when rock was still raw and unassuming, Luxon has made no attempt to fit into any particular genre of music, old or new. The songs on this album have been written over the span of several decades and have come together to form a bond in the time barrier that sets generations of rock music apart. With a style that is uncomplicated and unpretentious, 'Man's Machine' delivers a solid blow to your sense of humanity that may leave you wondering...what's next.