Release Date: October 24, 2011
On March 8, 2011, it was announced that Junius had signed to metal label Prosthetic Records and would be recording a new-full length album during the Spring of 2011. During this time, the album was recorded by the band at Will Benoit's Radar Studios, a recording studio that relies entirely on solar energy and other sustainable practices. Producer and close friend of the band James Dunham described the two months spent working on the album with the band as his favorite experience as a hired producer, describing it as "truly rewarding".
On September 13, 2011, the track listing, album cover, release date, and a full stream of the song "All Shall Float" debuted on the independent music news website Brooklyn Vegan. A promotional video directed by Matthew Schwab also appeared on the homepage of the bands official website, which featured a snippet of the track "Betray the Grave" with background footage of the band rehearsing at Radar Studios. A full stream of the song "A Universe Without Stars" debuted on Guitar World on October 11, 2011. Eventually, the entire album was made available for streaming exclusively on the band's profile page at AbsolutePunk on October 20, 2011.