It is a fact that Snakes Don’t Belong In Alaska but also a fact that there are a band with that name. The band is from Newcastle a plays an amalgam of psychedelic, krautrock and noise rock.
Newcastle collective Snakes Don’t Belong In Alaska have been slowly but steadily making a name for themselves on the UK psych circuit, hosting numerous international touring acts and putting out some radical self-released (and highly limited) recordings under their own Infinity Mirror imprint. The self-titled release is an absolutely monumental tome of heavy, droning cosmic freak out that blows away all preconceived ideas of what this group is capable of.
Drawing on an aural temple map leading straight from Ash Ra Tmeple to Acid Mothers Temple. The album climbs from a deep earth drone into the sort of mind-warping guitar bliss that will leave you scrambling for the repeat button over and over again.