I think that quote from the album itself just about sums up this epic musical masterpiece. The whole album is just one, 60 minute long track, which may seem strange to those used to commercial albums with catchy 3-4 minute long songs, but actually works extremely well. The song, "Light of Day, Day of Darkness" spans countless musical genres and styles, encompassing multitudes of stylistic techniques and musical flourishes. The song itself is held together by one, central riff, which is catchy but subtle, and gives the song a feeling of cohesion despite its length and diversity. This album ranges from doom metal influenced passages to lighter sections of more progressive rock and occasional sections of female vocals and acoustic instrumentation. Basically, this song has everything, but instead of sounding like a bunch of random musical elements, thrown together randomly, the song gradually builds and progresses, developing and changing, yet still retaining a sense of unity. Green Carnation constantly break the boundaries of what is expected from rock, metal or any other style of music, including techniques more typical of folk or even classical music, together with heavier riffs and drumming. Surprisingly, it all works fantastically well, and by the end of the song, when you will be wondering why so many bands stick to the typical song/album format and feel the need to confine themselves to one genre.