Throughout the album, guitar-driven tunes and catchy melodies serve as a backdrop for the obscure and mystical nature of the lyrics, which were deconstructed and reconstructed in a mash-up narrative that spurred the graphics.
The leitmotif of the artwork is a Nietzschean tension between God and man; layers of symbolism and metalanguage overlay in an intricate design that is meant to be submerged in rather than just contemplated.
Indestructible takes up the philosophical baton from its predecessor; boring deep into the aftermath of Man killing God, and the rise and fall of the new hero. Emancipation, a state of euphoria, followed by numbness and decay.
Like the eponymous album, we made a mash-up from the lyrics, that served as a narrative for the artwork. Still highly metaphorical, it borrows elements from classic art, Greek mythology and pharmaceutical advertisings from the early 20th century.