It seems that there’s always a Thee Oh Sees album release (in fact there have been 14 since 2004). John Dwyer and co exorcise their garage rock demons on each record, so I know where to go to if I need an adrenaline boost.
That said: Lupine Dominus is different. It sees the band experimenting with krautrock rhythms, repetitive beats and warm synth sounds. Mind you, the garage rawness is still there, but it’s dressed a bit differently now. It’s great and the most interesting work they’ve done so far.