I have sat with this record for a week in order to fully digest it, as on initial impression whilst I knew I loved it immediately, I didn't feel it was fair to review the release as it has so many layers! Featuring an incredible list of contributors, the album shifts in style from jazzy post-rock to soundtrack western through to proto industrial and lounge noir. Sounds heavy going, but this album is very coherent and doesn't take you on a wild goose chase - it is laid out like a perfect movie, taking you from one surprising scene to another, but with a clear context.
Impossible as it may seem - Our Moon Is Full is actually greater than the sum of it's parts! (parts being Foetus, Scott from Girls Against Boys, Hugh Hopper from Soft Machine, Andy Diagram, label boss Barry Adamson, Eugene from Oxbow and Pete Simonelli from the Enablers... all very talented musicians (check them all out if the budget allows)!
Sonically, for a quick condense, it reminded me of Tortoise, Talk Talk, Do Make Say Think, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Current 93, Badalamenti and Morricone. At once. That good.