**2020 ATO Records pressing, Neon Red/Neon Yellow/Black Mix**
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have released their fourth album in eighteen months, Nonagon Infinity. The lack of downtime would normally have resulted in an absence of life affirming experiences to write about, but these Australian psych-rock kooks have always been more about melody, frenzy and impact rather than compelling storytelling.
There is a sense of urgency to this latest offering. The rusty screech of Robot Stop kickstarts the record before Gamma Knife careens down a midnight motorway on a flame-streaked motorbike. People Vultures is a satanic summoning, Invisible Face indulges a gorgeously groovy wig-out, and a gnarly guitar rains down on the metal-spirited Road Train, crashing this tight-knit chaos wagon of sound for good.
Another episode will ensue very shortly no doubt.