Unearth Noise has officially released it’s first full length album entitled “Sacred Excavations”, remastered for maximum impact by bitzone. It features fifteen tracks of unhinged psychotropic shamanism, ranging from the psychotic noise-rock of “Accelerant” (to be featured in the Dec20 Weekly “Oddcast”) to the delicately ethereal ambience of “Last Thoughts”. Many favorite tracks from the Unearth Noise Soundcloud page appear on “Sacred Excavations” as well, such as the indo-fusion guitar track “Prism” (featured on Weekly Podcast Episode 46), the extraterrestrial soundscape “Shakuna Vimaana”, and the shamanistic inner-voyage, “Divining Rod”. The album combines ritualistic sounds, eastern music, and otherworldly elements, into an acid-tinged potion of sonic discovery. Unearth Noise employs home-made instruments, electronics, field recordings, tape loops, Indian and gnawa instruments, alongside guitars and drums, in the rich musical brew.
Rolby Perez of Neitherzine remarked: “Music projects a living image into your existence, it is an expression of something beyond our own comprehension, seemingly existing as part of the moment only as color and feeling – something that Unearth Noise has been able to achieve with every single track that I've listened to”.
“Sacred Excavations” is available now as both a download and physical CD from Bandcamp at: