"I have seen this city a thousand times. Through the glass twenty stories high, I have watched this city burn. If everything that you said is true, there is no hope someday they will learn. But if I stay here with you, then I will never know the truth." -The Will of One
Not much is known about The Protomen. They claim to be a loose collection of friends from various bands, but also claim to kick the heads off robots daily. Focusing their music on a retelling of Mega Man through the glasses of George Orwell, the future is a dystopian nightmare and Dr. Wily rules the people through their own fear. Dr. Light's own hand in the creation of the robots leaves him with much guilt and seeks to right the wrong he had so blindly been a part of.
Both albums feature a unique sound that is distinctly Mega Man, but I find the second album is much better to listen to from the beginning to the end, while the first album can essentially be listened to in any order.