Destiny would bring producer Primus Luta and lyricist Incarnate together on a small island where they took up the monastic life. Neither at the time could understand the importance of their coming together. On the night of the Leonid meteor showers, when light reigned the sky and phosporescents the sea, one of the monks approached them. It had come to inform them of the societal need for their return. It said the modern cultural fugue could only be broken by an artistic opus which the two of them could execute. As evidence to it's claims the monk gave them two gifts. The first was a simple stereo cassette. On it they found the last live recordings of some of musics greatest legends including, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley, John Coltrane, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Marvin Gaye. The thread which connected the tape were prophecies spoken by each artist about coming worldly events, a tradition which they were to continue. The second gift offered by the monk was called a musical dynasphere. The monk told them it was to be used to encourage a disharmonic society back to harmony. Armed with these two gifts Incarnate and Primus Luta began their journey back to work on the project that would become The Catalyst. They touched down on September 9th 2001. Two days later everything they had learned on the island had been confirmed. Broken into four movements, the album takes the listener deep into the social organism that is urban American culture. Using the power of words and music as few have before, it becomes clear early that this musical journey that it is no passive experience. The listener becomes vested in the album, engaged from two directions: Primus Luta's blend musical influences meshing into a fabric uniquely his own, and Incarnate's lyrical tenacity flowing effortlessly between issues as simple as flow itself and complex as the industrialization of children. And just what is the change which The Catalyst is supposedly catalyzing? Experience it for yourself and you will know.