Last year, Brooklyn psychedelic titans Oneida released album number eleven in the form of Absolute II, and they are not resting on their laurels at all. Today comes news of a new record titled A List Of Burning Mountains, out November 13 via Jagjaguwar.
The group recorded the album in their awesomely-named studio Ocropolis, and as to be expected from a band that will play 12-hour-long improvisational concerts, the record only as two songs on it: "A List Of Burning Mountains 1" and "A List Of Burning Mountains 2." Below, we've got a teaser of the record, though from which epic song we're not entirely sure. Also, if you're inclined to witness their instrumental majesty in the live setting, Oneida has a date planned at Raleigh, North Carolina's Hopscotch Festival on September 8.