My friend had this interesting take on a kind of "story" being told in THP (based on officially released songs and titles, been avoiding specific descriptions). I don't know if this is applicable to all of them since I haven't heard all the lyrics, but it seems pretty cool: KTTK - Starting a country, getting the keys to the kingdom, something of that nature All for Nothing - realizing the country isn't good or is becoming corrupt GATS - Cry out against the corruption The Summoning - building up resistance, calm before the storm type thing War - War against the country Wastelands - After math of the war UIG/Rebellion - regretting the war. or just realizing things aren't so bad after all Mark the Graves - remembering those lost in the war Drawbar - Since it's an intsrumental, I think the name refers to the way it joins songs together (drawbar is a thing that attaches trailers to trucks I think). Final Masquerade - More regret, everyone is sad, no one can pretend anymore ALITS - A line in the sand usually marks territory, or an agreement basically, to not cross over and start another war. What do you think? I might not read into the replies because I don't want spoilers from those who have heard them all, lol. But I think it would be pretty cool, considering the lyrics also work at a personal/relationship level, AND there's the whole other meaning some of it has about the state of rock music turning pop and all that. Also, I don't know how you want to define "concept" album, I kinda just put that, don't attack me.