'The Happiest Days of My Life' is the follow up release to David Galas
's previous album 'The Cataclysm' (2006). This album explores the personal decline of mankind and plunges the listener into dark chasms of desperation. The music borders between dark progressive rock to dark-wave and gothic genres. His use of multi-layered guitars, harmonized vocals and a heavy wall of sound is a well recognizable trademark from his previous band Lycia
Most of the songs are in a minor key, slower tempos while the entire album features 13 tracks, including 'Last Days of The War', 'Arizona' and 'Glory'. Total running time is over 70 minutes.