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Last City Zero

by Corrections House

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Regnārs Breikšs A collision of many different musical directions that form a surreal sound just like the lyrics on the "Last City Zero" track - absurd yet making perfect sense. It is a soundtrack to a self-destructive society. Occasionally minimalistic and sometimes oversaturated. Favorite track: Drapes Hung by Jesus.
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"Last City Zero conjures an impossible-to-pinpoint kaleidoscopic synthesis of mechanical decomposition, atmospheric abnormalities, and poetic putrefaction. Embracing the unkind, the diseased, the forgotten, the morose, the group's lush anti-soundscrapes and shadowy verses - at once beautifully hideous, graceful and terrifying - are a direct manifestation of societal ruin and psychological decay. Corrections House systematically creates and destroys through audio disease and transcendent musical deconstruction. All things in all ways. There is nothing else." - Amazon


released October 29, 2013

Corrections House is:
Mike IX Williams
Scott Kelly
Sanford Parker
Bruce Lamont

Minister of Propaganda - Seward Fairbury

All songs written, arranged, and performed by Corrections House
Lyrical themes taken from and inspired by "Cancer As A Social Activity" by Mike IX Williams

Recorded at Electrical Audio / Soma Studios / Nodferatu's Lair / 60 Psycho Hum
Recorded by Sanford Parker, Stephen Harrigan, and Doug Hill
Mixed by Sanford Parker at Hypercube
Mastered by Collin Jordan at Boiler Room Mastering



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