Deathrock, I Guess?
I am definitely not disappointed. From the two deathrock bands I've heard, I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that it sounds like the goth/punk equivalent of doom metal. But this band's sound has been categorized a lot of different ways, including krautrock, doom metal, avant-garde, and many more.
It's built around a very deep sound. The bass is the focal point, usually in looping, trance-like riffs. Theremin leads give it an old-school sci-fi meets psychedelic quality. A clean, gothic-sounding male voice gives it emotion and hooks. Which, on a very weird-sounding record, ends up being the part that seems weirdest. For all the odd, experimental, dark, and atmospheric nature of this, it still manages to be quite catchy.
The Verdict: Honestly, I don't know how to make heads or tails of this. But I like it more with each listen. I give it 4 out of 5 stars.