Their 10-year anniversary show in Effenaar may have been postponed due to obvious circumstances, but that doesn’t stop Eindhoven-based acid metal powerhouse Radar Men From The Moon from releasing their latest opus The Bestial Light via the trusted Fuzz Club Records tomorrow. With already such an eclectic array of sonic artworks in their discography, from three full-lengths to various collaborations and EPs, The Bestial Light marks a special one in Radar Men From The Moon-history, released in their tenth year as a band. Therefore, we are beyond delighted to share an exclusive stream of their new full-length below!
This iteration of Radar Men From The Moon sees core members Glenn Peeters (guitar), Tony Lathouwers (drums), Titus Verkuijlen (bass) and Bram van Zuijlen (guitar/synth) teaming up with drummer Joep Schmitz and vocalist/saxophonist Harm Neidig. The production is once again handled by Bob de Wit, who besides his work with Gnod, A Place to Bury Strangers and Mudhoney among others, is also responsible for The Isolation Sessions (interview here).
This makes The Bestial Light, from opener Breeding all the way through the closing moments of Levelling Dust, yet another riff-heavy mix of postpunk, industrial, kraut and psych, creating an otherworldly palette of sonic beauty. Make sure to get yourself a copy when this thing hits tomorrow, by hitting up Radar Men From the Moon via their Facebook if you live near Eindhoven, or the Fuzz Club Records website. Trust us, you don’t want to miss out on this beast: