BLACK HOLES ARE CANNIBALS - Surfacer LP

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Acid Test Records and Little Cloud Records are proud to present to you the debut LP from Black Holes Are Cannibals: 'Surfacer'. Formed around the uber talent of Chris Jude Watson (founder of Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska) who in BHAC found a band to take his vision to the outer most limits. BHAC are a collective with a varying line and each time they record all the music is improvised as they let their collective and innate abilities guide them, but what does bind them are the touchstones of drone and minimalism that runs through the music they create or just plain HEAVY. Call them drone metal or psychedelic, it matters not as the music created is an immersive, all consuming and thought-provoking transcendental listening experience that awaits those brave enough to take the ride with BHAC. 'Surfacer' was recorded at First Avenue Studios in Newcastle by the band using a TASCAM DR40 and is the embodiment of pent-up emotions gathered and endured during lockdown as they zap out every ounce of feeling and anguish into this recording. 'Surfacer' is not an album for the faint of heart with 2 long tracks of transcendence that will challenge and push you to lose yourself in the sonic experience of the timbre/vibrations of droning instruments and throat vocalisations as BHAC weave together mesmerizing waves of sonic texture. 'Surfacer' draws influence from bands like Neptunian Maximalism, Qujaku, Neurosis and the visual work of Andrei Tarkovsky, Kenneth Anger and Larisa Shepitko which influence the energy and darker sounds of the music while still taking influence from more traditional psychedelic sounds and experimental places like Taj Mahal Travellers, Suzuki Junzo, Pauline Oliveros, Vahvistusharha, and Toru Takemitsu aurally and visual energies from occult works like Jodorowsky's 'The Holy Mountain', Helena Blavatsky and Hilma Af Klint's 'Alterpieces 1-3'. As Terence McKenna might have said - BHAC are best experienced when listened to in complete solitude in a dark room while you are doing nothing else. To experience this album to the fullest, you must not have any distractions. Just sit down, relax, plug in, and let this album take you up into outer space.

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