A concept album through and through, the politcally-charged project couldn’t come at a more suiting time with the American society on the cusp of chaotic dissension following the unsettling results of the presidential election.
“I took all my anger and disappointment in current events and transformed it into art,” Crook shared on Instagram. “I designed an alternate reality where politicians are puppets controlled by ‘The Puppet Master’ and police are A.I. robots programmed to kill lower class citizens. Sounds familiar but in this Planet X reality the poor citizens create a movement and shoot back.”
At 14 tracks in legnth — including “Shoot Back (Dear Officer)” with Tech N9ne, “Next” and “Welcome To Planet X” with Eminem — Good Vs. Evil also features contributions from Just Blaze, Xzibit, SAS and a few others.
Check it out below and grab a copy on iTunes.