Looks like this is the first album ‘proper’ from this Norwegian group, following a limited edition split-cassette release with fellow countrymen Wolf and the Gang. It collects seven pieces of fantastic space-mulch where abstract electronics, musique concrete, misshapen guitar loops and tuba belches all rub together like early Nurse With Wound still seemed somehow ‘safe’ or pedestrian. Rich, sometimes multi-layered, sounds arm wrestle for just a bubble of doubtlessly contaminated air whilst ‘neath all this those overflowing rivers of madness do their utmost not to drown everything as ghost ships sound horns through dense fog. There’s a Lasse Marhaug mastering credit attached to this album that probably paints an even greater picture of what’s afoot. And that’s a recommendation where I’m concerned.