AUN (Montreal, Canada) has a back catalog rich with harmonic drone, sepulchral ambience and thick, detuned guitar vistas. For this split, AUN ventures into new territory. \"Druids\" plays like 70\'s space rock on bad acid, where dissonant tones and hallucinogenic melodies slam head-first into slow, pounding beats. Texture and rhythm collide to create a dark unworldly psychedelia. \"Fall Out\" continues the space-y vibe, blending rhythm, bass, guitar and acidic noise shards, seemingly taking some cues from the late 60\'s New-York underground and mid 70\'s Germany.
Habsyll (Toulouse, France) accentuate angular drone and delicate improvisation with blasts of raw noise and sludge-y doom. Leaving structure and melody behind (or perhaps stretching them out so far, they are imperceivable,) Habsyll\'s output is slow, raw and dynamic as hell. Composition has never felt so strange.