Toronto’s Vypers take an acid trip through the desert on “Deepsave.” Propelled by muscular drumming and oozy fuzzed-out guitars, the track moves like a beast gnashing its teeth in a brutal frenzy. Tremolo and reverb drip like rotting flesh as frontman Nic Waterman howls along with riffs that drift between heavy garage-rock doom and razor-sharp surf. Later on, a dusty, hazy breakdown spirals out into one last hypnotic whirlwind of pummelling bass and wailing guitar bends.

Try not to stare into the sun as “Deepsave” is out now on Fishbum Records.