In 1994, Bark Psychosis released the influential Hex. The album would pave the way for many artists that would be referred to as post-rock (whether they liked it or not). In my opinion, it is simply one of the best albums of the 90's. Founding member Graham Sutton would not release a follow-up to Hex until 2004's underrated Codename: Dustsucker. Since then, Sutton's presence in music has largely been devoted to production for artists such as British Sea Power and Silver Apples. At this point, any news regarding Bark Psychosis would be quite a surprise. That is why I was so excited to learn that Sutton has completed a full remaster of Hex alongside Stuart Hawkes at Metropolis Studios. Fire Records in the UK will reissue Hex on CD and double vinyl on September 15th. Considering that copies of the original release on vinyl regularly sell for over $100 on the trading site Discogs, this is one reissue that is absolutely necessary.