Vinyl LP pressing. 2015 release from the British quartet. It's widely acknowledged that the blood-and-guts gore of modern horror is no match for the classic creepiness of the genre, and it's these more timeless influences that Gengahr draw upon in spades. On the surface, the hazy indie that this band command seems a million miles from anything that might prompt sleepless nights, but it's the slowly creeping scares that leave the deepest impression. Through their smog and psych, frontman Felix Bushe's lyricism draws upon the darkest corners of both the supernatural and the more grounded. Their initial three-track demo brought them praise from Radio 1's Huw Stephens and 6Music's Lauren Laverne. This debut full-length (recorded at Middle Farm Studios with James Bragg) holds an astronomic potential.