I can not understand why Peter Doran opens up his album with perhaps the weakest song on the album, "Hunter's Sketchers'. Cause after that song we are invited to a nice mix of thoughtful lyrics, a light produced singer songwriter pop with tasteful string arrangement. The second track on the CD "Sacred Place" is one of those songs, and "Someone Else's Heart" is another just to take two examples. If I have to draw any parallels with other artists, you could say a mix between Jules Shear, Glen Phillips and Eg White's solo stuff. A small gem of a disc that's perfect for a Sunday afternoon.
During 2001, before the band´s third release, the members of HIM (His Infernal Majesty) formed a new band called Daniel Lioneye. This was intended as a solo project of guitarist Linde, who took on the vocal spot and the stage name Daniel Lioneye for it. Migé Amour played bass, Ville Valo was on drums, with Hiili on keyboards, and Ike on sound effects. They released two albums, ´The King of Rock´n Roll´, in September 2001, and ´Vol. II´ in April 2010.