they’ve once again transcended the boundaries of psychedelia as we know it - their dark, droning noise is twisted, distorted and pushed to its limit, leaving us a trembling mess of delighted hysteria.
they are a formidable force; their industrial psych/post-punk has been charming fuzz-heads across the globe with its stomping, shamanic mantras and otherworldly krautrock slant. their sophomore is so ritualistic and industrial it sees their usual post-punk sound – a primal and celestial mix of The Fall, NEU! and Spacemen 3 – pushed within an inch of techno territory with its abrasive, metronomic rhythms. truly gripping stuff.
- Europa Kaput
- Radio 1