It was only a matter of time before Oneida released a conceptual three-album suite. The Williamsburg experimentalists have been bewitching and confounding listeners for well over a decade now, with sturm-und-drang sonics that draw equally from Black Sabbath and your favorite krautrock act. Enter Thank Your Parents, Oneida’s hulking beast of a triptych. Preteen Weaponry—part one of the project—consisted of three long journeys into drone and repetition, and part two, 2009’s Rated O, is a triple-album unto itself, dedicated to exploring the tension between synthetic and organic that has fascinated Oneida from the beginning. With no drums or vocals, the final installment, 2011’s Absolute II, takes the suite to its logical, head-spinning conclusion.