Junkyphunk's music is that state between the awake and the asleep. It's the arena where the truth of the individual is staged and there is nowhere left to hide. The actor is portraying himself in this psycho-drama, and the world is his audience. He projects to those who care to listen and understand, and disregards the rest because it wouldn't be an honest performance any other way. The music, like the individual, is multifaceted, and embraces the inner truth that we would like to remain silent. The human condition is the hook, and like the human condition, the music can be beautiful as well as horrific. The actor is now an artist, painting a picture of these moments in a human history. The air is the canvass, the music is the paint, and the words are the details which bring the paintings to life. They are portraits of us all. Though the content of the songs may at times seem dismal, there is an underlying current of hope running through them. A hope that through introspection there will come a sense of meaning and understanding. Junkyphunk has now become the premier crossover rock band, and has solidified it's niche in the music industry. With the pre-release of 2 songs from 'Inner Distance' on audiostreet.net, Junkyphunk went straight to #1 and has stayed there in the industrial and gothic rock categories since August, 2004. Junkyphunk is a true 'Rocky' story of being the 'no name' band struggling for respect and recognition, and with their latest release, prove that the struggle is worth every step. From the driving 'The Nature of My Disease' and 'Another Hell', to the sinister crawl of 'Who Do I Have To Kill?', to the melodic 'Inner Distance' and 'Speechless', Junkyphunk let's the music do the talking and the listener be the judge...Image is nothing...Obey your thirst.