After ten years and three albums one of New Zealand’s great many treasures returns with a wondrous new album. A fine fine blending of the delta-esque bluesing of Tav Falco, the amphetamine feedback shriek of the Velvet Underground, and the heartsick, melancholic harmonizing of the Carter Family, along with vocalist Maryrose Crook’s honey-soaked voice and the reckless abandon of Brian Crook’s guitar frenzy. Members have passed through the ranks of such notables as Bill Direen’s Above Ground, Scorched Earth Policy, Max Block, and the Terminals. Touring the states along with Barbara Manning fielding a group that adds Robbie Yeats of the Dead C and Richard Baker filling in for regulars Greg Cairns and Denise Roughan. Invincible, as if from the Gods.