Their fourth offering as a renewed and reworked band, expanding their black-metal/punk hybrid with elements of psychedelia, hypnotic noise rock and a ghostly sense of melody. While Bodies is still has a huge part of of Haust's trademark raw rudimentary rage, it is also their most complex work to date, fusing nihilism and ambition to show that punk can be more than pure aggression. In addition to the drummer and cover artist Odden and keyboardist Egseth, Haust has been reinforced with sound guitar wonder Trond Mjoen (Haraball, Ulver) as well as guest appearances by Henning Wisth of Okkultokrati and Milton Von Krogh of Pirate Love. When it comes to the lyrics, all written by Haust's iconic singer Vebjorn, the themes are more personal this time around. Bodies is about breaking boundaries and destroying everything that stands in it's way. It is also about sticking together and melting into a collective body.