Sunsetters is an underground progressive rock band that have released many albums in different canons.
Discography, by canon
Blind Man's Book
Throughout the canons of Rapture, Topography Genera, and Nine is God, the Sunsetters' discography is mostly consistent. These depictions are the basis for Eric/DJay's collaborative albums under the Blind Man's Book metaname, whose pages are linked under their respective entries.
An album of nine songs with a heavy emphasis on metal and introspection.
A rock opera about apocalypse. Little is known aside from this.
In some canons the third album, in others the fourth, this is an album with a heavy focus on the water. Presumed to have a lot of EAT.
In some canons the fourth album, in others the third, this is a rock opera with glitch aesthetic. Little is known aside from this, and that the Ancestor EP immediately precedes it.
The Eight Colours Trilogy
In Rapture's fifth draft, this is given as the fifth album. Subject to change.
In Viceking's Graab, this is given as the sixth album. Subject to change.
No Entry is referenced heavily throughout Metropolis Jumble, mostly in connection to the cow train and by extension the Pendulum. It's unknown if this is the same as or similar to No Entry from the Rapture Cycle.
Very little is known about L'égaré II at the moment other than the fact that JACKIE of Twinge considers it to be one of the greatest albums ever made.
- Sunsetters is the favorite band of Liquid Len.
- The album art to Drowning Under the Influence, Summer Sucks and The Excavate shows something resembling The Camper. No Entry depicts a figure resembling The Slender Man.
- The Sunsetters' drummer is one of the many characters who leave notes on Jordan's logs.
- DJay and Eric Taylor presented a song in the form of "Hidden in the Trees" as soundtrack to a fictitious Sega Genesis game. This was followed by a similarly fictitious Genesis-style "Comatose," purportedly a Sunsetters song.