KOSMOS, JESU Among Bands On SYD BARRETT Tribute

Canadian prog/psych quartet KOSMOS (featuring VOIVOD's Michel "Away" Langevin on drums) and JESU (the new band featuring Justin Broadrick — former member of two legendary bands: NAPALM DEATH and GODFLESH) are among the confirmed acts for the upcoming "Like Black Holes In The Sky: The Tribute To Syd Barrett", an album that honors one of the founding members of British psychedelic rock band PINK FLOYD.

Due on September 23 via Dwell Records, "Like Black Holes In The Sky: The Tribute To Syd Barrett" will feature the following tracklisting:

01. KOSMOS - "Vegetable Man"
02. KYLESA - "Interstellar Overdrive"
03. INTRONAUT - "Arnold Layne"
04. STINKING LIZAVETA - "Matilda Mother"
05. JARBOE - "Late Night"
06. PENTAGRAM - "Flaming"
07. GIANT SQUID - "Octopus"
08. YAKUZA - "Lucifer Sam"
09. JESU - "Chapter 24"
10. UNEARTHLY TRANCE - "Long Gone"
11. DREDG - "Astronomy Domine"
12. CIRCLE - "Rats"
13. ZODIAK - "See Emily Play"

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