For Interface's third full-length album, the move to a software-based recording environment led to a re-invention of the band's sound. Beyond Humanity reflects a harder, darker edge, combining thick synth textures with driving percussion and heavily computer-processed vocals. Featuring the first studio contributions by Jon and Evan, the album deals with themes that involve mankind's loss of control in his world, both past, present, and future.
Upon signing the band, Nilaihah Records bolstered the CD's original tracklisting with an array of bonus tracks, some from the deleted Tinman releases. This new edition is known as the "expanded edition".