In 1965 the Dutch scientist and psychedelic pioneer Bart Huges took an electric dentists drill in order to make a hole in his skull, theorising that this measure -known as trepanation and chronicled in the book ‘The Mechanics Of Brain Blood Volume’ (BBV)- would result in enhanced mental power, and in effect a permanent high. This act formed the inspiration for the colaboration between the UK’s Gnod and Holland’s Radar Men From The Moon, entitled ‘Temple Of BBV’. The album is a radical foray into the unknown that exists firmly outside of genre or classification
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