This album by Spanish trio Kabbalah contains eight of those songs, plus a perfect, creepy intro. Not only to these women come up with excellent occult psychedelic rock music, they also enhance it with great vocals. Somehow they make me imagine The Breeders taking on the music of Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats. Other bands that come to mind include Coven, Black Sabbath, Hawkwind, L7 and so on.
While opener 'Resurrected' follower 'Phantasmal Planetoid' are my absolute favorites, all of these songs would fit perfectly in your psychedelic playlists. Furthermore, on 'The Darkness of Time' they prove to know a thing or two about old school blues rock. 'Dark Revelation', another firm highlight is a groovy rocker that will get young and old hard rockers off their feet, no doubt about that.
In all, I think this is an excellent piece of occult rock, psychedelic rock or old school doom metal, whatever you would like to call it. I admit, perhaps not every song is as strong as the next one but they all have that gloomy, mysterious atmosphere which gives the whole thing a nice conceptual feel. So yeah, I can only recommend this album and I hope that I'll get the chance to see these women perform these songs live one day.