Zdrastvootie 2 is a perplexing album. It folds the far corners of some of the world’s most out-there progressive rock with deep, deliberate singer-songwriter type vocals and lyrics. It is both a collection of confusing, dark and fragmented meditations and defiantly odd music, yet it is far more accessible and playful than one would expect.The recorded debut of Drew Adam’s vocals is imposing and grand — he sings like a crooner. Zdrastvootie 2 is still marked by the group’s gifts as songwriters and players as the songs are disjointed and the arrangements abrasive. The material is achingly beautiful, and lovely melodies appear throughout the album. This new album will sound, to most, like no other music on Earth.