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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
This was a vinyl only release, in 2009, on the Public Guilt label. A pressing of 500 on mixed yellow and black colored vinyl. We have the remaining stock of this first and only pressing. As Eyes Burn Clean is the 3rd full length release by Terminal Lovers.
Purchase of the full album, vinyl and/or download, now includes over 21 minutes of rare and previously unreleased material.
Includes unlimited streaming of As Eyes Burn Clean
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
“This record is something from another planet. What I say, of another plane-dimensional space clearly more evolved than ours, where the entities that inhabit LSD breathe just as we do with stale oxygen. If the word MUSIC had a mortal incarnation, that would be the Terminal Lovers. I mean that organic music that flows naturally, without judicious squares and arithmetic enforced. In these creations do not need more than bring together the right talent, and no fixed script takes the form of authentic spiritual journeys, which is beyond any rational dissection from an intellectual understanding to carry out. Is a journey in time, because these guys drink of classic bands of 60 and 70, as well as high psychedelia to the nth degree. Think King Crimson, Captain Beyond, Amon Duul or the Butthole Surfers and go in the right direction, although only have one direction, because what Terminal Lovers developed during the seven tracks on the album is full of so much personality that is hard to imagine this music in other hands. We are in a timeless wonder that is above any time and place…Note: 10/10"
- Ecos De R'lyeh, Spain
“By far, this album is the psychedelic mindfuck of the year from my standpoint, beaconing both as a glorious nod to the old guard and a raised fist to the new breed of noiseants.”
- Hellride Music, USA
“A unique brand of monumental hard rock…”
- I94Bar, Australia
supported by 5 fans who also own “As Eyes Burn Clean”
GNOD have sounded different on every LP I've heard from them, but this one might be my favourite of the lot. A slow buildup in the intro track gives way to jagged noise rock riffs which morph further into pure industrial doom for the rest of the album (fittingly introduced with what sound like air raid sirens in the background), culminating in the monstrous 18-minute slab-dragger "Sodom & Gomorrah". If you dig the early Swans sound or Zeni Geva's psychedelic dirge, this might be for you. K. Johnston