At the end of last year, you released your first album, Eulogy For Evolution. On it, all the track names were numbers, with no apparent sequence to them. What was the meaning of these, and is this part of a concept for the whole album?
Yes the numbers are a part of the whole concept of Eulogy For Evolution. It's pretty hard to explain it in a written interview where I don't have the album artwork to show you what I am talking about. But I never meant for people to completely understand this, I think that most people get that this is somehow connected to the pictures in the booklet and that's enough really. The album is a story, and I imagine the pictures inside the booklet being shot at certain points in the story, and the numbers are actually the times (minutes and seconds) in the album that I imagine the image being shot at. When I was working on the album it wasn't divided into tracks, it was just one long track, so the numbers refer to the time that has passed of the whole album - not each track. So for example 3055 refers to the picture I imagine to be shot at 30 minutes and 55 seconds into the whole album, and when I divided the album into tracks, this picture turned out to be in track six, so that's why track six is called 3055.