The new album, "The Graveyard of Maybe-Somethings", is available for listens today via BandCamp, the official webpage, and all other platforms where fine musical media is bought and streamed. That being said, if you download it through the website, you'll not only get the full-quality WAV files, but also a tiny bit of bonus content in the form of the original hand-drawn artwork, as well as the digitized versions thereof (with and without title text).
Description reads: "The direct successor to 2018's "Recreational Schizophrenia" debut EP, "The Graveyard of Maybe-Somethings" is the culmination of Alexandre "Alyag" Popravko's tune-tinkering conjuration efforts o'er the twelve or so months that'd followed. As per Alyag's typical modus operandi, the eight-track album twirls and brushes up against an especially eclectic myriad of genres n' styles not often sighted in the same space, yet grooving together rather amicably under less-than-usual sonic circumstances; from melodic guitar-driven drum n' bass hitters, to punk-jam prefixed trance-step, heavy metal psy-trap, ambient psy-chill, something akin to a samba funk rock action movie soundtrack with dueling shredding guitar solos... and then some, plus a half. It's zany, it romps hard, at times gently tugs on the heart-strings, and even introspectively acknowledges itself via spooky cover art by the illustriously talented Rebecca Mead."
Set forth now, my pretties, listen, and enjoy!