Chelsea Wolfe's last album Abyss did exactly what it said on the tin; took you into one human's deepest darkest parts of the soul through cavernous production on romping, gothic guitars, and of course that all-conquering voice on top.

Wolfe seems set to continue on her expedition into humanity on her new album, if the first taste '16 Psyche' is anything to go by. Named for a Greek goddess of the soul, it details the violent enjoyment that Wolfe gets from seedy activity - and her failed attempts at saviour. Delivered with abrasive strength and a muscular rock stomp, it promises big things from the album, Hiss Spun.

Listen to '16 Psyche' below. It comes ahead of Hiss Spun, which will drop on September 22nd via Sargent House.