Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska – Sounds of a Forming Planet (2023)

“The great Carl Sagan once said “It might be a familiar progression, transpiring on many worlds—a planet, newly formed, placidly revolves around its star; life slowly forms; a kaleidoscopic procession of creatures evolves, intelligence emerges”. SDBIA imagined what it would sound like, listening to this universal progression and this is how “Sounds Of A Forming Planet” came to be. Recorded live, these improvised performances explore the thoughts of how we came to be, through the use of Heavy psychedelia, Stoner, doom and prog rock. Consisting of 3 killer slabs of mind altering psychedelic sludge, this record sees SBDIA return to their best.”


One Reply to “Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska – Sounds of a Forming Planet (2023)”

  1. Masters of the muted-tone psychedelic variation, these Alaskan Snake Dissidents have delivered another heavy, gloomy and almost droney brick of deep, dark jams. To paraphrase the mysterious narration on We Are The Kosmos… ‘rock and metal, ice and gas’ – an excellent description.

    Standout: We Are The Kosmos

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