Portland's Uada don't make your typical blast-beat-dominated, Satan-worshipping black metal. Their sound leans instead into the genre's more experimental realms, landing somewhere in the vicinity of the goth-inflected cosmic meditations of self-proclaimed "post-black-metal" outfit Tombs. The group's latest full-length is the excellent Djinn, and today, just ahead of the LP's September 25th release via Eisenwald Records, Uada have teamed with Revolver to premiere the album in full. Blast it below.
"Djinn is musically what we imagine would be the spirit of black metal meeting the soul of rock & roll," Uada vocalist-guitarist Jake Superchi tells us. "Conceptually and lyrically, this is an album that is based on possession: physically, metaphysically, emotionally, mentally, socially and existentially. The outer-daemons, swarming all around, yet within us they're found ..."