A little update: I have all guitars and keyboards done for Infected Nuclear Bioromance, with the exception of a guest solo spot and an organ intro to one of the songs, and I also have vocal tracks for 2/6 songs done. All is indeed going well in that regard.
As well, I also have started programming songs for the next album. The material I have so far is only 2 songs, neither in an even a rough state, and one of them not even at it's full length yet. However, what I have done so far is speedier and more ambitious than Infected Nuclear Bioromance, much as INB is more ambitious than Graveyard Metal. There are also technical advances, and I won't go into the boring details with those, but it's definitely a different approach than the one I've been using. Granted, the product appears to be analogous to previous works I have done, but I have broad hopes for the future. There's a lot of work ahead, so don't even expect me to enter the studio for the next album for 10-12 months.
Doing the necessary requisites for a live show, as well as finding a live lineup that's reliable has proven to be a task too elusive to pursue at the moment, since I have picked up several hours at work and have a committed relationship as well. It shall be forthcoming in the future, but my main Psycryptik priority is finishing Infected Nuclear Bioromance, so work on any other avenues will be slow at best until that is done.