Elizabeth Colour Wheel are a quintet that make music vaguely in the shoegaze arena, with plenty of potential to shoot off into other experimental realms on a moment's notice. They've announced that their debut album is called Nocebo (meaning: a detrimental effect on health produced by psychological or psychosomatic factors such as negative expectations of treatment or prognosis), and it will come out through The Flenser on March 15th.

They've also shared a track from the album called '23', which is a six-minute plunder through chasms of guitars. It starts off in a rattling shoegaze ascendance, Lane Shi's vocals communing with the bleariness of the guitars in a captivating unification. Elizabeth Colour Wheel keep us bucking along with their grizzled guitars before spiralling into a hair-raising break down, in which they patiently pull off some sonic dramatics, perfectly teeing us up for some scorching doom-esque riffs. If you think that's enough, you'd better think again, as '23' heads into pulverising final couple of minutes, draining any energy you might have left.

Check out Elizabeth Colour Wheel's '23' below.

Elizabeth Colour Wheel's debut album Nocebo is out March 15th on The Flenser. You can follow the band on Facebook and Twitter.