Quote from label: "Satan's disowned children are once again slipping on their hoods and frocks to give birth to one of the dirtiest and heaviest sludge/doom record of recent times. Acclaimed here and there, their previous EP "Open The Gates Of Shambhala" was our first release and allowed them to inflict tinnutus and stiffness while opening for Electric Wizard, Ramesses and many more. Now we're proud to introduce you to "Atavist Of Mann", the debut album from Brittany's own HUATA. 60 minutes as a giant middle finger to modernism : recorded in the middle of nowhere by Kristian Keyboard Production, this slow procession of anvil riffs smoke-filled enough to make your mouth feel all furry, of liturgical atmospheres played with Hammond organ and clean vocals singed by the devil himself will pervert the most innocent souls. Seven tracks that crown a band who has been able to go to the very bitter end of its process , musically as well as aesthetically, and a record meant to be a milestone, at least by outclassing menopause on the podium of the causes of prolapse."
Red vinyl version.
Quote from label: "HUATA and BITCHO decide to form an alliance to release this split LP under the sign of psychedelism. One year after their first full lenght ("Atavist of Mann", 2012), HUATA from Brittany comes back with two new tracks, a new psychedelic sludge dimension for this occult doom-stoner band that reminds SLEEP or ANCESTORS with very particular arrangements.
BITCHO from the Netherlands presents a long track (12 mn) with down tempo tunes a la GODFLESH and creeping sludge riffs with incatations. The record comes in a beautiful gatefold LP with a retro-futuristic cover made by Benjamin Moreau (HUATA)."
Limited to 500 copies.
The stream originated in the roots of ancient myths of La Breîche, flows into the alchemical retort and magical potions of Huata, growing by the waves of Sektarism trance, falls by the heavy peals of black thunder of Vichy. Spill the poison to feed the new apple of Eden. The symbolic thirty third release in eight years of the label existence.
Delux A5 hardcover digibook limited to 300 copies.