New CORRECTIONS HOUSE Track ‘Run Through The Night’ Now Streaming Via Noisey

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CORRECTIONS HOUSE have opened up their doors ever so briefly, permitting us entry for a four minute tour of their haunting abode under the supervision of our guide, Vice/Noisey, who are streaming ‘Run Through The Night’ right HERE.

A mournful tide of bleak instrumentation opens ‘Run Through The Night’, swollen with angst-ridden acoustic guitar, ceremonial horns and an underlying serration of electronic fuzz which eventually bursts open in to an unfazed and understated procession of black metal and spoken word. It is the fourth track from the upcoming album Last City Zero.

Read on for more about the album…

Neurot Recordings signees CORRECTIONS HOUSEMike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza), Sanford Parker (Minsk) and their minister of propaganda, Seward Fairbury — will release their debut full-length on October 28th.

Titled Last City Zero, the eight-track, near 50-minute offering was produced by Sanford Parker at Electrical Audio, Soma Studios, 60 Psycho Hum and Nodferatu’s Lair, and delivers a wholly cerebral, impossible-to-pinpoint kaleidoscopic synthesis of mechanical decomposition, atmospheric abnormalities, and poetic putrefaction.

A mysterious cooperative of lost souls, forged unwittingly by the impetuous forces of nature and altered states of consciousness, CORRECTIONS HOUSE is without control of their destiny. Boundless in their genre voyage, CORRECTIONS HOUSE embrace the unkind, the diseased, the forgotten, the morose, their lush anti-soundscrapes and shadowy verses — at once beautifully hideous, graceful and terrifying — a manifestation of societal ruin and psychological decay.

The transformation of time and space; death begetting life and veils being torn; an imposing dissonance too penetrating to dismiss… CORRECTIONS HOUSE systematically create and destroy through audio disease and transcendent musical deconstruction.

All things in all ways. There is nothing else.

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