"Infinite Peaks" is the long awaited ninth full length album from tumultuous Glaswegian astral travellers The Cosmic Dead. The album features two extended incantations recorded and mixed at Glasgow's 16 Ohm Recording Studio.
The Cosmic Dead are an amorphous blob of space rock energy hailing from Glasgow, Scotland. Their exploratory compositions often reach levels of sonic destruction through reflective repetition and visceral harmony. The band has taken many forms since forming in 2010 and has been declared "The loudest psychedelic rock band on the planet" by legendary compere Kozmik Ken.
At the base of the current sonic obliteration team is a rhythm section of Tommy Duffin and Omar Aborida, a thunderous and cohesive unit which is then further propelled into the outer realms by Luigi Pasquini providing frantic italo synthesized electronics along with Calum Calderwood's mind bending, sky-shattering fiddle acrobatics.
"If the rings of Saturn could sing, this is the sound they would make." - Zero Tolerance