Today the deviants at Revolver unveil “Bullets and Graves,” the latest paean of mechanical decomposition from audio offenders, CORRECTIONS HOUSE. An industrialized melee of primal animosity and subsonic grit, “Bullets and Graves” comes by way of the cult’s impending debut, Last City Zero, set for release via Neurot Recordings late next month.
CORRECTIONS HOUSE is the collective musical extractions of Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza), Sanford Parker (Minsk) and their minister of propaganda, Seward Fairbury. Already commended for exploring “a soundscape that is doomed and destroyed without using the traditional sounds of extreme metal,” in an 8/10 review by Decibel Magazine, Last City Zero was produced by Parker at Electrical Audio, Soma Studios, 60 Psycho Hum and Nodferatu’s Lair and provides an eight-track, near 50-minute investigative excursion of verse and orchestration that is at once beautifully hideous, graceful and terrifying – a true manifestation of societal ruin and psychological decay.
“Bullets and Graves” is the planet-rupturing sound of steel falling from the sky. Get injured, courtesy of Revolver Magazine, at THIS LOCATION.
Additionally, gluttons for punishment can still sample the mournful tide of “Run Through The Night,” currently streaming at Vice/Noisey (Germany) at THIS LOCATION as well as opening track, “Serve or Survive,” at Pitchfork HERE.
Last City Zero will be released in North America on October 29, 2013 via Neurot Recordings.