The collaboration between William Fowler Collins and Raven Chacon yields their first full-length missive.

Mesa Ritual follows the acclaimed Voltaic Processions EP, and takes the duo’s decomposed drones and sheet noise into the outer reaches. Collins’ name might be familiar from his work for the Type label, and his influence is certainly audible, from the gaseous low-end drones, to the terrifying Lynchian death rattle that drags you through the record’s economical 36-minute duration.

The album is out today on tape and LP via Aaron Turner’s SIGE records, and you can order it here.



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