Deuteronomion was thought of as a compilation album conflating iX-Acht's most populous track from their first two long-playing records (Sceaduwe and A Noise for a Noise, respectively released in January 2011 and 2012). One track comes from iX-Acht's EP Industrial Welfare (June 15, 2011). Some tracks, labelled with the phrase "Second Law" were ever so slightly revamped exclusively for that compilation. It also features some tracks, including two from the upcoming (and third) album: (R)Avolution: One Hundred Years Ago, to be released on February 23, 2017. The track "Better Red Than Dead", used a video sample for this page, was the first to be published, in March 2015. Other original tracks (previously unreleased) include: "The Long Bluff (Unspoken Words Original Remix by X8)", "War Without End", "OK by Me!", "From Rochester to Al-anfal (Rain of Fire)", "That's Up To You³" as well as "The Beholder of Fate (Critical Mass Remix by X8)" and, the last but not the least, "Some By Virtue Fall" which will be released as part of the <i style="font-size: 14.4px;">(R)avolution: One Hundred Years Ago </i>album in 2017 together with "Better Red Than Dead". These two tracks, just like the compilation as it was conceive, suffice to illustrate the artist's diversity.