Umberto Eco waltzing with Dana Scully as the Earth spins wildly around the Sun and the orchestra plays a sombre take on Some Enchanted Evening.
A pair of bored, irresponsible and irreverent Geordies stumble across a web of secrets while hacking computer files, and begin a journey that takes them from the not so grim north to the seedy south, spinning though the icy east and the heartless west, rifling through history, scurrying from mystery and intrigue to cold, gut wrenching fear.
False starts, dead ends, lost loves, old relics, weird science, killer tunes, mysterious cults, broken dreams, pointless excesses, lap dancers and missed chances race headlong into each other like particles in a super collider.
Underneath this glossy veneer there's also a story of a friendship to rival Euryalus & Nisus, Reeves & Mortimer, Gilgamesh & Enkidu, Morecambe & Wise, Orestes & Pylades and The Likely Lads. Earthy, paranoid, insatiable, curious, lovelorn, over-sexed, smart, funny and anxious, our two ordinary heroes set out to rescue a world that really isn't that fussed about being saved.
WARNING: The sigma boys cuss like dockers so if you're offended by bad language you might want to steer clear. They are pretty funny though and the swearing along with nudity, cannibalism and idolatry are all integral to the plot...