Festival Of The Black Sun: Evocation/Transfiguration/The Pit/The Sactifice (8:46)
Lost Forever (12:04)
Review: It's taken a while, but finally Glasgow's Komodo Kolektif has delivered a sequel to its' inspired debut EP, 2017's "Sumantras". It's a biggie, too: an intoxicating, hallucinatory debut album that further explores their obsessions with trance-inducing rhythms, Indonesian gamelan instruments and psychedelic electronic futurism. At times, the album is wild-eyed, panicked and intense (see the hallucinatory throb of opener "Disciple Of The Drone" and the entrancing "Temple Ball"), at others sparse, chiming and bass-heavy ("Sun And Water"). The headline attraction is undoubtedly B-side opener "Festival Of The Black Sun: Evocation/Transfiguration/The Pit/The Sactifice", a rising and falling 18-minute track in three interlinked parts that best exemplifies the band's distinctive vision.