by Dave Segal
on Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 9:37 AM
(Barboza) A ruggedly raw psych-rock band, Arizona's Destruction Unit muster a glowering, maniacal momentum that's as creepy and exhilarating as a dash through a haunted house.Deep Trip, their new full-length on Sacred Bones, thrusts you into its scything maelstrom right out of the gate with the aptly titled "The World on Drugs." God damn is it thrilling. "Slow Death Sounds" is a total misnomer; it's even speedier than its predecessor. Vocalist Ryan Rousseau has one of those deep, blustery horror-enthralled voices, but even if you hate that kind of thing, the music's way too powerful and exciting to let it mar your enjoyment. Deep Trip earns its ballsy title. With Dreamdecay and the Lindseys.