Enigmatic trio Kły return with their second album, Wyrzyny, released on Pagan Records.
Established in 1997, the band only released their first demo, Taran-Gai, in 2017, with their debut album Szczerzenie appearing the following year.
Wyrzyny was created over a period of several months, with the recording, mixing and mastering undertaken by Nihil at Czyściec Studio. The album is said to be six track monolith of shamanism and the magic of mushrooms, with the poetry of Miron Białoszewski and the forest in the background.
The musicians in Kły commented:”Wyrzyny is a compact, coherent story, with an introduction, development and ending, suitable for listening as one whole album. Individual tracks do not have the same impact as the album in its entirety. Must be listened to from number 1 to 6.”
Available as digipak CD, clear and black LPs, digitally, and for streaming clicking here.
You can watch a video album teaser right here at RAMzine.