French experimental outfit Comity are gearing up to release A Long, Eternal Fall, their first new full-length in over five years. The eight-track LP continues the band's 20-year history of progressively-minded, hooky hardcore, which they've showcased alongside marquee bands like Cave In and the Dillinger Escape Plan. They cut the record with Frederic Rochette (Muse, Rolling Stones) in the rolling hills of the French countryside, but it sounds like a sonic dispatch from some desolate, volcanic mountain range. Take an advance trip below, ahead of the album's May 27 release date.

Comity's new album, A Long, Eternal Fall, is out May 26 via Translation Loss (U.S.) and Throatruiner (EU).