The band was found by Eugene Gene Mazunov (music, guitar, bass guitar, back vocal) and Daria Dasha Mazunova (vocal and lyrics) five years ago in St.Peetrsburg. Later the bassist Sergey Kovalenko joined the band. On their debut album three years ago there were present some post grunge element in their progressive alternative metalcore. The second album from Russian progressive metalcore group Next Door To Heaven is called V Ways To Accept. It is a mature work which totally differs from the first releases of the band which were part of the search for their own style and sound. The track Acceptance II: I See Through,
With V Ways To Accept, they seem to have found their own style. The album takes the listener on a long journey with a concept based around human emotions. You start from the denial stage, go through anger, bargaining, depression and finally end up with acceptance. The album consists of 10 tracks with some stages represented by a few tracks. All the songs were influenced by personal experience so they are very sincere from the beginning until the end. All the songs on the album have their own mood and involve different sub-genres which probably makes a much richer impression for the listener.
The recording and production processes took a lot of time, about a year. The drums were recorded by famous Russian (session) drummer Pavel Lokhnin. The production itself was made by Gene Mazunov in his home studio. The cover art was made by the British designer Rich Lock.