Over the past decade, Atlanta’s The Black Lips have garnered a reputation regionally — and nationally, for that matter — as one of the wildest, vilest, rawest rock ’n’ roll acts on the modern landscape. And for good reason. Over countless tours, the Lips were known to swap bodily fluids, brazenly brandish genitals and snog one another onstage. Though their shows nowadays are by no means subdued, they’ve pulled back the reins on habits like public urination and pyromania as their skills and sound have progressed. No worries, however, as this year’s Arabia Mountain is likely their strongest effort to date. The Black Lips’ sixth full-length release, Arabia was co-produced by British hit-maker Mark Ronson and features the rough-hewn psych-rock fuzz (“Bicentennial Man”) and Ramones-y progressions (“Raw Meat”) The Black Lips have been honing since they formed the band as teenagers. But possibly thanks to Ronson, they’ve added some new, pleasantly surprising dimensions to their production, from the Spector-esque horn arrangements of album-opener “Family Tree” to the pleasantly dense and surfy “New Direction.” It’s a good record, and you may not even have to see one of The Black Lips’ penises. No promises, though.