This week's quickly becoming Instrumental Goodness Week. Today, we're bringing you Australia's Serious Beak. Their debut album Huxwhukw is like listening to Animals as Leaders through warped, rusty carnival loudspeakers. Picture beefy riffs, psychedelic poly-rhythms and dissonant noise, and you've got maybe 30 seconds of any song on Huxwhukw. When the band compares themselves to King Crimson, Botch, Mastodon, and Meshuggah, they're only inaccurate in that they sound like the resultant chunky viscera of an explodey car crash featuring King Crimson, Botch, Mastodon, and Meshuggah. You can feel songs like "Sporãs" and "Lähendama" in your nuts.