Melbourne seven-piece King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have returned to save us all, this time armed only with blast beats, an arsenal of well-oiled guitars that are locked and loaded, and a desire to melt faces clean off.
Their fifteenth studio album, Infest The Rats’ Nest is by far The Gizz’s hardest and heaviest album to date. How metal is it? Very Metal. Maybe even more.
ATO Records has two variants and one is this double-sided picture disc in a die-cut jacket that is limited to 1,000 copies online and then 1000 copies at your favorite indie store. You can pre-order a copy HERE.
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