Excavation, the new album by Bobby Krlic aka The Haxan Cloak, has been released on Tri Angle Records.
The album has already received some great reviews, including Pitchfork‘s Best New Music recommendation, a 10/10 rating from Exclaim and Album of the Week in Dummy Magazine. Thisisfakediy summed up their listening experience by describing the LP as something to make you ‘question your sanity and the world around you’, Clash thinks it’s ‘spinetinglingly brilliant’, whilst Drowned in Sound calls it a ‘digital cauldron to concoct electronica which is the antithesis to the essence of rave’.
The Haxan Cloak will perform a unique interpretation of Dowland’s Lachrimae alongside some tracks from the new album on Saturday 8 June in an evening featuring Scanner aka Robin Rimbaud and Computer Junk Orchestra.
Check out Consumed, the first track on the album, and delve into the beginning of this all-encompassing yet strangely life-affirming exploration of the afterlife.
Not for the faint-hearted.