F.A.T. is actually the rhythm section of Eliogabal, a band that I'm not really familiar with. This album is part three of their F.A.T. trilogy, the first ones experimenting with either post-rock or electronics. Now, they take on a different approach again, one that resembles bands like Zu and even some of Mike Patton's bizarre outlets. In four tracks, this French act takes the listener through a labyrinth of noise, drums and ambient.
It's a strange journey, loaded with unexpected hooks and surprises, perfectly suited to receive the 'experimental' and even the 'avant-garde' tag. Hell, I think even jazz-fans could find their dada* in here. This album is fluxus-art for your ears where everything is permitted and nothing is too weird to put into the music. Oh, and it's pretty damn heavy sometimes too. Recommended only if you're ready for this trippy adventure.
*To find ones dada: Flemish expression meaning 'find what suits you'.