Kaula's debut is the vision of one Pietro Riparbelli (K11), an Italian artist who not only composed and recorded the whole thing, but also designed its cryptic booklet and contributed with organs, medianic chants, field recordings and radio signals. Kaula is a whole different beast to K11. What could be seen at first glance at some kind of weird black-metal outburst - including rasping vocals courtesy of Rosy from old-school death-metal warriors Profanal and buzzsaw guitars - soon makes sure all rules go out the window by using various metal (doom, thrash) and non-metal (noise industrial) elements and create a sonic black hole. All lyrics are based here on ancient text called ?Avadhuta Gita_, said to have been originally written in the IXth century. As a result, all seven tracks have been named after it and are basically about attaining a spiritual state _equivalent to the existence of god?. Mastered by Mell Dettmer (SunnO))), Earth). Digipak with silver foilblock print.