Last year Crosss released Obsidian Spectre, a 12" that brought rock & roll back onto the heaping plague carts of humanity's witchier years, i.e. the 1970s. Now, the Halifax/Toronto group have a new video and track called "Spectre" from their split 7" with Astral Gunk. The pentagramic riffs are meatier and the vocals still echo like a fading memory of your dying future self, as seen in a dream. A good fit for the hallucinatory visuals from Heather Rappard. Watch below, followed by the full Crosss / Astral Gunk split, via Pleasence Records.