Hey you. Yes you with the impeccable taste in web sites.
Give me ten minutes of your time. That’s all it’ll take for you to fall for heavy mental trio Blaak Heat Shujaa. If, after ten minutes, you don’t dig the track at the end of this post, at least you tried.
With a name like Blaak Heat Shujaa, I understand your apprehension. With a tag like “heavy mental,” I understand why you might be thinking, “I’ll take a pass this time, Chris.”
But you’d be making a mistake.
Fuck Ghost, OK? The following tune, “The Obscurantist Fiend (The Beast Part I),” is some ritualistic Kyuss-esque shit sure to either inspire a wake-and-bake session or make you wish you were completely high.
Yet, it’s cerebral music…psychedelic and spacey in nature, with some massive bass sounds.
This is the second straight stream we’re bringing you that’s basically like nothing you have ever heard before. Love it or hate it…we’re just trying to expand your limited horizons, people.
The song at the end of this post comes from Blaak Heat Shujaa’s second album, The Edge of an Era, which is in stores today.
The album follows the band’s critically acclaimed Tee Pee debut, The Storm Generation.
Worth noting: The album was produced by desert session legend Scott Reeder (who has worked with Sunn O))) and The Obsessed).
The Obscurantist Fiend (The Beast Part I)
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