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Corrections House (Eyehategod, Neurosis) has unveiled the first new track from their debut.

Thursday, August 8, 2013 6:59 AM PT
Official press release: Today the musical miscreants at Pitchfork offer up the first sampling of Last City Zero, the forthcoming debut full-length from recent Neurot Recordings signees, Corrections House. A shadowy legion of lost souls, fused together by the impulsive forces of nature and altered states of consciousness, Corrections House is the maniacal creation of Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza), Sanford Parker (Minsk) and their minister of propaganda, Seward Fairbury. Produced by Parker at Electrical Audio, Soma Studios, 60 Psycho Hum and Nodferatu's Lair, Last City Zero offers up eight psychologically alarming hymns that span well beyond the traditional confines of sound. At once cold, mechanical, prosaic and pungent, Last City Zero is a full body experience rather than a casual listen. In celebration of its impending release, Pitchfork is currently streaming opening track "Serve or Survive," which they call "every bit as strange and unwieldy as its membership might suggest. 'Serve or Survive' opens as an oblong bed of noise, the circuits of producer Sanford Parker, struggle to catch their breath while Bruce Lamont broadcasts whale song by saxophone. Above the gray drift, Neurosis' Scott Kelly intones his familiar doom." Comments Fairbury of the tune: "How can the choice be any clearer? The less Serving you do, the more chance you have to Survive. Serving is rarely a positive experience and Surviving, although a victory of sorts, is truly the most basic form of existence. Either way, you're fucked." Make a choice. "Serve or Survive" at this location: pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/15837-corrections-house-serve-or-survive/