I do now.
'Sucht & Ordnung' contains three tracks, traditionally untitled. The first track is an immersive piece of krautrock which will even please some post rock fans among us. It drives on a steady tempo and contains some awesome guitars. Track two takes on a darker approach. It still contains these guitars but a whole lot of other influences seem to be added as well. Flashes of doom and black metal appear, and suddenly those haunting The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud vocals appear as well. Both aspect drag this thing deep into the world of avant garde rock music, where it will please fans of Diamanda Galas and Aluk Todolo alike.
The final track is a long one, starting out with some eerie dark ambient and evolving into a vintage krautrock tune. Here, acts like Gong and even Hawkwind come to mind. It's hard to chose my favorite of the three songs, but if I have to, it'll probably be this last one. I just love being immersed in uptempo rock music with psychedelic solos. That being said, yes, I was tremendously surprised when I heard this album for the first time. Now, after a few listens, I'm over that surprise and the album starts growing on me, getting better and better. So, yeah, Der Blutharsch and the Infinite Church of the Leading Hand are back in my day-to-day playlist and I got a feeling they'll be here for a long, long time.