Album Review: Megalith Levitation – Void Psalms (addicted label)

Megalith Levitation – mystics from the Ural Mountains – are here with a new LP. After the hypnotic “Acid Doom Rites” and cosmic split album with Dekonstruktor, the occult trio have come up with the 53-minute long ‘Void Psalms’. Out on the 1st October 2021 via addicted label.

Here’s something to set your teeth on edge. Something to let reverberate through your skull. Something to make you feel a little queasy. It’s Megalith Levitation and their psychedelic, fuzzed out, brand of doom and Void Psalms might be the mysterious unit pushing things to the brink.

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Four tracks, four acid metal trips, the goal is to make the listener feel as ‘wacked out’ as possible while showcasing a strong ear for lengthy detail. Megalith Levitation know exactly what they’re doing here as each track twists and turns like a snake eating itself. Can you picture it?



Get used to conjuring up images from your nightmares as the slow and brooding noise that emanates from this entity consumes. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself slack-jawed and drooling, Void Psalms is a musical lobotomy.

Does that sound like a fun listen? Well, you’re wrong. There’s nothing fun about this at all but that doesn’t mean it’s bad. Far from it. Megalith Levitation have crafted uncomfortable music while barely breaking a sweat. This is heaviness that you sink into and getting out is no easy task at all.

Megalith Levitation – Void Psalms Full Track Listing:

1. Phantasmagoric Journey
2. Datura Revelations / Lysergic Phantoms
3. Temple of Silence / Pillars of Creation
4. Last Vision


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Megalith Levitation – Void Psalms (addicted label)
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