In the world of indie rock, the music and lyrics of songwriters Gary Wayne Clark and Glen Dale Spreen provides an island of uniqueness amid an ocean of conformity. The stark diversity of their musical backgrounds may be the catalyst for this musical alchemy; Spreen is a West Texas industry veteran with over 100 credited performances as an arranger, producer, conductor and musician for many top artists and Clark is a award awaiting science fiction author and former bass player for a gritty east coast rock band best known as "one of North Carolina's loudest bands". Together they have quietly been weaving an unexpected genre bending musical tapestry that stretches the boundaries of the imagination.
After debuting with a critically acclaimed but never released C&W album, Clark and Spreen regrouped introspectively to collaborate on two solid solo albums, "Emonesia" and "Taos Skies". But it was in 2009 that the dynamic duo launched their songwriting talents in a dramatic new direction with the groundbreaking soundtrack entitled “Passage to Niburu”, followed in 2011 with the sequel “Rise of the Chimera.” Inspired by the epic Sci-Fi eBook series “The Devolution Chronicles” by Clark, this new musical mothership seems well equipped to penetrate the film and video game world with it’s mind-bending emotive cinematic soundscape that musically confirms one thing – effin Darwin got it backwards.