'Their brooding, elegiac songs hauntingly recall everyone from Joy Division to the Velvet Underground, Dylan and the Doors, while maintaining a burgeoning identity all their own. The perfect soundtrack for late night madnesses, Undersea Explosion are what will be playing on your iPod as you begin your descent into hell. Onwards to the fire then.' - Nevin Martell, FLAUNT Magazine music critic 3/2005 The Songs: Switch, a minor-key gem that paints an eerie portrait of a small-time Detroit gangster who ends up in an early grave while the song builds into a calypso-surf inspired crescendo. One Way Ride takes the F train to a super-charged Coney Island fantasy camp where the Cyclone has been souped-up with Electronic Plutonium Injection. Check out our website. True Believers could be considered a USX anthem, calling an out-of-body army to arms. Bottom of the River is a sunrise from the depths. Where We Live paints a bleak picture of a poor, desperate couple struggling in New York....70s garage style. The Trepanator documents the true events of a spiritual thrill-seeker drilling a hole in her head for enlightenment. Breathe Deep, Dive In, and Descend with Us...