Eyes in the Melancholy Palm, the debut long player from Cathode Ray Eyes (Ryan Delgaudio from The Cult Of Dom Keller) is a dark, brooding record that lurches from fuzzed out deranged pop ("Harry Houdini") to cinematic instrumentals ("And the Burial Had Several Different Endings") to dark gothic psych rippers. It is a eerie, bizarre world of Cathode Ray Eyes. Despite the Celtic Frost-summoning title, Eyes In the Melancholy Palm is psych rock par excellance. Heavily distorted vocals leer from behind a gauzy curtain of drone-laden, looped guitars; narcotic splinters of gothic, ambient waves underneath: "Joy Division scoring 28 Days Later". (Grinding Halt) The LP is pressed in an edition of 500 copies, all on pristine white vinyl, housed in a heavy weight jacket.