Liturgy is a dark steel group from Brooklyn, NY, made up of Hunt Hendrix, Greg Fox, Tyler Dusenbury, and Bernard Gann. Impressed by the extreme blastbeats, cyclical electric guitar riffs, and howling vocals, 20 Buck Spin agreed upon Liturgy because of their first record, Renihilation, in ’09 2009. Afterwards, the band joined up with Thrill Jockey’s different roster because of their 2011 follow-up, Aesthethica, that was followed by an interview Dvd movie with Hendrix, where he described his band’s music as “Transcendental Dark Steel” that declined negativity and embraced chaos in search of spiritual ecstasy. As the recording primarily received glowing evaluations from major press shops, the comment fueled a crucial furor that raged through pop tradition press and was waged by music enthusiasts internationally. After internationally touring to get the recording, Liturgy proceeded to go silent as Hendrix’s part project, Success, with Greg Smith and Jeff Bobula (the hard rock and roll trio started playing collectively years before Liturgy was created), released a self-titled recording on Excitement Jockey in 2013. In January of 2015, Liturgy released the pre-release solitary “Queztzlcoatl,” where their audio underwent a change that featured from MIDI horns to bagpipes to liturgical chants to indie rock and roll. It was accompanied by the similarly provocative 11-minute “Reign Array. The full-length arranged, The Ark Function, premiered in March.