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dimanche 3 novembre 2013
Correction house - Last city zero (2013)
Correction house is Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza) and Sanford Parker (Minsk), so their first album Last city zero raised many questionning and expectations. does it lives up to it? i'd say yes, it's a really good and interesting album. with a lot of diversity but managing to stay cohesive thanks to the overall atmosphere it develops through the record. so what do we have? mostly industrial beats and bleak accoustic folk but also saxophone (Bruce Lamont) , spoken words (Mike IX Williams) and noisy post-rock guitars. it can evokes at times Neurosis, Scott Kelly accoustic solo works, The swans or Einsturzende neubauten. it's global sound is related to industrial, post-punk / post-rock, or neofolk but in a way that is personnal and innovative. while you listen to it it's always evolving and surprising while staying in the same moods and colours. well, it escapes easy description so you'll have to try it, it's really worth it anyway.