Long-time-coming new full-length – the third to date - from this wild Tokyo power trio, stars of PSF’s Tokyo Flashback series. Aural Fit channel the kind of claustrophobic, all-in-the-red feel of Les Rallizes Denudes cut with a proto-metal attack that owes as much to Kousokuya as it does to Blue Cheer. Mubomuso is intended – according to the English translation of the liners by Alan Cummings – as a meditation on violence and the flimsy structures that hold civilisation together. The guitar sound says it all, using power chords as bulldozers to plough straight through the veneer, shovelling truckloads of fuzz straight into the path of some of the gnarliest up-front steel pulse bass while vocals echo in the distance like the after image of a riot. This is ferociously a-formal black nightmare psych that explodes fidelity and traditional rock dynamics in favour of a multi-dimensional simultaneity that somehow manages to be both euphorically powerful and spine-crushingly bleak, with riffs seemingly carved from arcs of screaming electricity. When the lead guitar somehow escapes the infernal battery of drums and bass, single notes tearing towards the light for brief seconds before being obliterated by the rest of the group, it feels as exhilarating the most auto-destructive rock, from Hendrix to Demo Moe to Fushitsusha. Totally amazing and highly recommended.