Not my cup of tea. The production on the three middle songs just sounds bad (and not in a good, lo-fi manner) and the fact that the songs don't seem to go anywhere doesn't help matters. I do like opener "Lethe", though, and the closing track is interesting. 2.3
As short and concise as Kayo Dot have ever sounded. Still, at roughly 32 minutes in length, Gamma Knife is very aesthetically dense. The chaotic pseudo-symphonic rumblings of Driver's latest projects are present, but his older "metal" atmosphere has returned. The middle trio features a twist of black metal peeking through the cacophony of wooded instruments. Very solid for sure.