In the decade since the Geraldine Fibbers, Carla Bozulich’s myriad contributions have culminated in a treasure trove of gems and extraordinary oddities culled from brave reconnaissance into the deep sonic unknown. Evangelista, Bozulich’s first “gospel noise” record on Canadian label Constellation—featuring members of A Silver Mt. Zion and Godspeed You! Black Emperor, as well as instrumentalists Shahzad Ismaily and Nels Cline— impressed and dressed many year-end’s best lists for 2006. Two years later, Evangelista the album morphed into Evangelista the band with the commitment of bassist Tara Barnes and sonic landscaper Dominic Cramp, resulting in the much-lauded release Hello Voyager. Evangelista’s latest recording, Prince of Truth, takes this evolution one psychic step further, like a lucid trip into the darkest recesses of the unconscious mind—a realm free from the formal constraints of traditional compositional structure, comprised of surreal theta ruminations and random outbursts of kinetic energy. This harrowing work of ethereal beauty would be at home in a playlist featuring Rachel’s, Amber Asylum, and late SWANS/World of Skin.