INUS just dropped a brand-new track, “Kajillions and Bazillions” from their latest album, Western Spaghettification, out via Three One G Records on August 9.

Western Spaghettification is a meditation on what lead up to the current state of affairs,” says Bobby Bray of INUS. “Flying robots killing innocent people and overpriced, for-profit institutions are signs of the inevitable end of the American empire. This country has been pregnant with bad karma for a good while.
“The protagonist in the song ‘Kajillions and Bazillions’ is an outlaw psychic offering quatrains to passers by,” he continues. “One topic covered is the idea that creatures in parallel dimensions might be able to detect atomic chain reactions via their SETI-like programs. Falsetto and Tuvan throat skronking are some of the methods used to accomplish the vocals, along with polyrhythms to hold it all together. It’s the sound of a teenage Zandarian hive mind’s id gone wild.”

Addison is reviews and online news editor for New Noise. She specializes in metal, queer issues, and dog cuddles.

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