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Gigan Streams New Song "Electro-Stimulated Hallucinatory Response"

Today the miscreants at Decibel Magazine deliver the twisted tones of "Electro-Stimulated Hallucinatory Response," a track from psychedelic extreme metal architects Gigan. Listen in the player below.

The debilitating tune serves as the first official taste of the band’s forthcoming new studio offering, "Multi-Dimensional Fractal Sorcery And Super-Science."

Gigan's third full-length, and second to be released through Willowtip Records, was recorded with sound manipulator Sanford Parker (Minsk, Buried At Sea, Yakuza) at Earth Analog Studios in Chicago.

Explains Gigan mastermind, Eric Hersemann, of the tune: "Electro-Stimulated Hallucinatory Response is the third track on Multi-Dimensional Fractal Sorcery and Super-Science. The lyrics are based on the concept of being trapped and held against your will by unknown entities who are subjecting you to various otherworldly tortures in an effort to better understand the human minds capability to endure physical and mental anguish. When put through these scenarios, many times the humans involved would hallucinate in an effort to escape the physical pain. This song uses those hallucinations as inspiration. Musically, this song has many elements synonymous with the GIGAN Universe including bizarre techniques and high velocities, as well as trance-inducing colors and sounds... Each song on Multi-Dimensional Fractal Sorcery and Super Science has it's own personality and this track is no exception."

"Multi-Dimensional Fractal Sorcery And Super Science" will be released in North America via Willowtip Records October 15th, 2013. The track listing is as follows:

1. Beneath The Sea Of Tranquility
2. Influence Through Ritualistic Projection
3. Electro-Stimulated Hallucinatory Response
4. Mother Of Toads
5. Obsidian Sun
6. Cosmic Triangular Communications
7. Gibbering Hordes Of Zemiath
8. Bio-Engineered Molecular Abnormalities

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