Religious Afro-jazz-influenced ensemble the Pyramids shaped in 1971 as the members were attending Antioch University in Ohio. Originally offering saxophonist Idris Ackamoor, flutist Margo Simmons, and bassist Kimathi Asante, the group ultimately added several users, including numerous percussionists and, at one stage, two bassists. Influenced by such performers as Sunlight Ra and pianist Cecil Taylor, the second option of whom trained at Antioch through the ’70s, the Pyramids combined African rhythms, free of charge jazz, and a good contact of psychedelic spirit. The group toured thoroughly, relocated to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, and released three albums including 1973’s Lalibela, 1974’s Ruler of Kings, and 1976’s Delivery, Velocity, Merging before disbanded in 1977. This year 2010, the Pyramids reunited for any tour to get their total catalog’s reissue marketing campaign, as well as the group documented an recording of all-new materials at Faust’s studio room in Germany through the summer time of 2011. Otherworldly, the Pyramids’ 1st new album in a number of decades, arrived the next year.