Death By Audio and the Austin, Texas-based Black Angels have collaborated on the new Phosphene Scream pedal, a psychedelic reverb and delay pedal infused with Psyche Rock tones.
Limited to 420 pedals worldwide, the Phosphene Scream is a collaborative design between Alex Maas and Christian Bland of The Black Angels with Oliver Ackermann of Death By Audio and A Place to Bury Strangers.
“Being a reverb and delay pedal so totally awesome that it’ll dig craters on the moon and give you real-life flashbacks.”
The pedal’s release is part of the Levitation festival in Austin, Texas. A celebration of the city’s psychedelic rock heritage and so you can check out some great bands during the four day event from November 7-10. Over 40 artists have been added to the lineup so far and therefore it should be a pretty sweet lineup.
Released to celebrate the Psyche Rock style of the Austin based Black Angels, this delay/reverb pedal isn’t your average time based effect. In fact, it is pretty trippy and perfect for alternative acid drenched guitar tones. You can hear it in action below, in the somewhat short, official demo video on YouTube.
The controls consist of Reverb, Feedback, D-Time and a Filter Toggle switch, this last control allows you to choose the character of the repeats and reverberation between low passed, unfiltered, and high passed.
It is a limited run, so don’t hang round too long if you are thinking of picking one up.
You can order the new Phosphene Scream pedal from the link below and you can also order your tickets for the four day Levitation festival itself.
RRP – USD 200
- Phosphene Scream: Death By Audio