"At present, nothing is known of the ultimate fate of the A* expeditionary mission. Few fragmented and highly distorted transmissions make up the final communications of the U.S.E.F. Sagittarius IV. And while the ship's black box was found several months later on a remote asteroid, all instrument data had been lost. All that remained was a strange recording and a puzzling manuscript, written in what appeared to be the captain's logbook, however all pages but one had been torn out. The team initially was unable to decipher the hastily scrawled entry until a junior officer held a mirror to the text. While the official report will indicate that the ship's life support systems failed and there are no presumed survivors, the truth about how the members of the Sagittarius ultimately met their end is unknown."- Sagittarius IV Dossier, Final Report -Redacted Portion-
"In the moment before the combined might of our twin universe's gravity pulled me into myself and outside of the realm of being, I saw it: EVERYTHING. A universe like I had known, but not, fit in perfect proportion into the head of a pin. Oh, to have frozen in that moment to observe, the creation and death of stars and novas, planets, civilizations, lives, deaths, all from my vantage! Very soon, I would become small. Inconceivably small. And then nothing... to be torn apart, exploding and expanding infinitely, stretched out over great distances. However, in that brief, crushing instant, I WAS A GOD!" - U.S.E.F Capt. Allen Anderson (Presumed)
medicide's 7th release is the soundtrack for Black Hole, a film shown in the theatre of the mind. In a space epic reminiscent of 2001: a Space Odyssey, medicide embarks on an interstellar journey following the trail a lost expeditionary craft sent to study the super massive black hole at the center of our galaxy.