I'm not sure, but there may be some controversy over whether this is really the newest Boredoms album or in fact a really old one. There is also some chatter that the drums for the record were all recorded underwater, which is completely insane, and probably true. There are only two tracks on this record and the first is the only good one, so this will be a short review. First, my reason for disliking the second track ("House of Sun") is that it is just long and boring, slow and unchanging. Interestingly, slow and unchanging is nowhere near my list of characteristics which kill a song (see Windy & Carl), but they just didn't do it right here. Fortunately, "Seadrum" is nothing like "House of Sun" and actually is really awesome. It is 23 minutes long, so I won't be putting it all up, only an excerpt. It begins with a lone voice throwing itself around in nonsense syllables (naaaa...oowa-oowa-ooh!) Before being overtaken by some shimmering and the drums which will be beating into your eardrums for the next 20 minutes. It's an insistent sort of jungle beat backed by some random noises, and before long a little piano comes in and introduces the main melody in a crash of cybals, harps, voices, and general god-knows-what. After that, it swells, fades, switches up, does solos, adds and subtracts instruments, but basically keeps the pace for the rest of the song. It is different enough from minute to minute not to lose your attention but consistent enough that you know it's the same song. I can't really concentrate when I'm listening to it, and I doubt you will be able to either, because it is so monstrous almost its whole length. It's still good to have around, though, in case you are planning a jungle-themed rave at the bottom of the ocean anytime soon.