London experimental metal 4-piece Asian Death Crustacean will be releasing their debut album, Baikal, this June.
The forthcoming album combines their breadth of influences in extreme progressive metal, electronic/ambient music and the London underground jazz scene into an exploration of the themes of metamorphosis and self-transformation.
‘Baikal Part II’ is the first track to be released from their debut album.
“This track had its seeds in the first material we wrote together as a band and showcases the dynamic of continuous evolution and the broad sonic palette which defines the album.”
Named after the world’s oldest and deepest lake located in the vast expanses of Siberia, the album’s title was chosen to evoke a sense of exploration into an immense and unknown space of simultaneous beauty and threat.
The album will be self released on 26th June.