Blak Saagan is the project of Italian sound artist, musician and composer Samuele Gottardello. According to his bio, he has been crafting his own library music for years merging the tradition of Italian 60s/70s psychedelic OST’s, ambient, drone, rhythmic electronics with kosmische kraut landscapes and Industrial wave to create ritual hypnagogic experiences.

He’s back with a new album called Se Ci Fosse La Luce Sarebbe Bellissimo which is out now via Maple Death Records. According to the press release, It is a monstrous work of dedication and sound architecture that investigates and soundtracks one of the saddest and most obscure pages of Italian history: the 1978 kidnapping of former prime-minister Aldo Moro by the Red Brigade terrorists.

Listen below.