Sample the psychotic serenity of “Superglued Tooth,” courtesy of MXDWN.com, RIGHT HERE.
And if you missed it, check out “White Man’s Gonna Lose,” still streaming at Revolver at THIS LOCATION.
Deeper, darker, and far more fluid than 2013’s critically-adored Last City Zero debut, CORRECTIONS HOUSE’s Know How To Carry A Whip is unapologetic in its audio trauma. Featuring a guest appearance by Negative Soldier, the record finds the band — Sanford Parker, Fairbury, Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza) and Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod) — at their most arduous. Immersed in experiences of longing and loneliness from the depths of their collectively putrefying hearts, each movement contained within Know How To Carry A Whip discloses a new, disconcerting air of danger, paranoia and looming defeat marked by an inexplicable sense of catharsis.
Suffocating yet stimulating, oft static sodden, discordant and tribal, all twined around Williams’ unassailable manic street preacher verses and intermittently juxtaposed by the smooth, cradling sounds of Lamont’s lingering saxophone, Know How To Carry A Whip remains rhythmic and hypnotic throughout, with grooves that dominate and penetrate.
Know How To Carry A Whip will be released worldwide on October 23rd, 2015 via Neurot Recordings.
For preorder bundles point your browser to Neurot Recordings webstore.
Know How To Carry A Whip Track Listing:
1. Crossing My One Good Finger
2. Superglued Tooth
4. Hopeless Moronic
5. Visions Divide
6. The Hall Of Cost
7. When Push Comes To Shank
8. I Was Never Good At Meth
9. Burn The Witness
“Know How to Carry a Whip is brilliantly bleak and depressing; a modern day exorcism delivered through rage and noise that feels just right.” – Skulls ‘N’ Bones
“…a shining example of a metal and industrial fused record, one that successfully fuels the undeniable fact that the artists behind CORRECTIONS HOUSE still stand as the most creative and influential individuals in the genre.” – Echoes And Dust
“…one of the most exciting bands in the world right now and watching them continue to unleash their sonic sorrow will never get old.” – Two Guys Metal Reviews