Brian Cox finds a copy of 'Abandon All Life' in his local library. Intrigued by the fantastic artwork on the cover, he takes it home. For the next four days he is missing - many believe he is having a breakdown of some kind, or deeply involved in research. Some even presume he is dead. But this it not what happens. Brian Cox is a physicist, and his brilliant mind has grappled with the incredible ideas of super-heavy neutron stars, and black holes whose intense weight crush the fabric of space-time altogether. In listening to 'Abandon All Life', he has found something infinitely heavier than the eldritch monsters of the cosmic void. He goes missing because the sheer bowl-voiding heaviness of this album took him to a higher plane of metal existence. Later that month, whilst filming a documentary, just after listening to the album for the 4569th time, he takes an antique machete and butchers to death Dara O'Brien in front of the UN Security Council. He is now imprisoned on the high-security wing of Strangeways Prison. Such is the heaviness of Nails, 'Abandon All Life'.