About an hour of drone noise tracked straight to analogue tape, available in cassette tape form from cncrecords.com
"This collaborative tape between Michael Amason (who works under the witch housey alias /// Δ, which is basically the esoteric version of his initials) and Patrick Glennon, known as Density. On side A, Amason crafts a low-end, bassy noisy drone soundscape filled with occasional soothing sitar drones or a warped sample/field recording thrown in to further the disorientation in the smoky oasis. On Density’s “Sacred Drones” is a more synth-driven, albeit just as esoteric and abrasive as the previous side. Deep drones intersect and fall into synchronisation or fall out of sync and cause waves of pulses pierce through your skull. Hxc drone music."
"Southern Tombs/Sacred Drones is the band I was sent along with Painted Faces from Cookies N' Creme Records [sic] in cassette form (in which it is still available). The title Sacred Drones is not beating around the bush either, it is really some magnificently intense drone music. My first listen was waking up hungover to put it on while drinking coffee and preparing for work, I might as well as starting drinking all over again for disorientating pleasure it caused me. It's a stalwart example of drone and noise if I've ever heard one, and this blog makes plenty sure of that. Lastly, this is some really fucking great cover art, like for reals."