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Last City Zero [VINYL]

Corrections House Vinyl
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  • Vinyl (25 Nov 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Code 7 - War Crime Recordings
  • ASIN: B00FLRG4I4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 238,145 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Play loud or not at all! 6 Dec 2013
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This should not work, but it does. Mixes a bunch of music genres to create a depiction of urban decay and one of the best albums of 2013 as well.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Post Rock Industrial Doom 25 Mar 2014
This is an interesting take on sludge/doom post rock that boarders industrial rock. Corrections House is a post rock super group consisting of Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza), and Sanford Parker (Minsk).' Party leg and three fingers' and 'dirt poor and mentally ill' is a good example of where this combination works well, clean and shout vocals, drums, guitar, and synth. In contrast ' Run through the night' consists of synth, acoustic guitar, spoken vocals with distorted guitar only coming in at the end. 'Drapes hung by Jesus' is an amazing piece of industrial psychedelic metal.

Last City Zero at times does not keep up the intensity and lapses - Last City Zero is mostly a spoken track with some philosophical murmurings that I can't really be bothered with, a repeated guitar phrase and synth.

Overall, it's a great album that is getting hard to come by so it is worth picking up a copy before it's sold out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Doomy slow and noisy 18 Jan 2014
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Fantastic album which paints a dark atmosphere... this album consists of noisy electronics and distorted guitars and tribal-like drumming... vocals are occasionally yelled and fit the bleak atmosphere perfectly whilst certain moments have their 'clean' vocals which sound just as powerful as the harsh ones... I recommend this album if unconventional song writing is your thing and you're prone to enjoy artful white noise (Lol)
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars How Supergroups Should Sound 25 Nov 2013
By Gryph
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There are pivotal moments when you listen to music with intent when, suddenly, something special happens and you're struck by some realisation of the sublime. It usually comes when the spirit of the unbound is released through instruments, voice and words, wherein man's innate, unconscious connection to otherness can be captured. This record, from a collective featuring Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Sanford Parker (Minsk/ex-Nachtmystium), and Bruce Lamont (Yakuza/Bloodiest), like last week's sublime release by Ihsahn, features a bundle of such moments. When the opening track, Serve or Survive, rolls from Scott Kelly's opening refrain, `the travel of the stone...that brings the body home' into the machinery and pistons of Parker's programming and Williams's coarse, distorted vocals, the first of those many realisations comes. The formula remains consistent throughout - simple but oppressive repetition with an industrial stamp punctuated by Kelly's clean guitar lines and Lamont's saxophone.

Despite that observation, nothing has been painted by numbers. The eclecticism on display, bound by a common sonic thread, varies from sounding like something Nailbomb could have done (Bullets and Graves) to something with more than a shade of Ancient VVisdom in it (Run Through The Night). Last City Zero, in contrast to both aforementioned songs and the opener, fits a simple, Kelly guitar figure under Seward Fairbury's bleak verbal tour of the States, before the dark brilliance of Drapes Hung By Jesus brings this highly satisfying release to a close like a maelstrom of bleak rage.

Interesting, unique and eclectic this album certainly is.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing album from the depht of apocalyptic nightmare! 7 Nov 2013
By Rino Frostad - Published on
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Collaborations between noteworthy musicians are immediately intriguing. But when those musicians are Mike Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza) and Sanford Parker (Minsk), the excitement multiplies tenfold and expectations run wild. These four singular, influential performers come together in the form of the new project Corrections House, and their full-length debut, Last City Zero, is musical brilliance. While each member brings elements of their unique background to the table, their collective sound is rather unexpected. Presumptions of a combination of each of their established acts are instantly thrown out the window, as eight-minute opening track "Serve or Survive" features sections of droning noise and doom that weave through and loop around cacophonous industrial segments. Tons of experimental effects and an unorthodox use of saxophone are present in a constant spiral of dramatic dissonance, while mechanical, percussive beats dominate "Bullets and Graves" and "Dirt Poor and Mentally Ill." Although chaotic and complex, Last City Zero also contains moments of natural, simplistic sounds, such as the mystical "Run Through the Night," as well as the stripped-down, spoken word title track. Featuring dark, depressing atmospheres and exceptionally negative, apocalyptic vibes, Last City Zero is brooding, raw and corrosive, as well as breathtakingly beautiful.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE IT 11 Nov 2013
By Andrew Lynch - Published on
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Dude this is insane man when i came up on it and saw Mike IX Williams was in it i was sold already. I picked it up popped it in and had no idea what i was in for but boy was i delightfully suprised ! This is just an assault on all senses,it's beautifully tragic and sad,and strange and beautiful all at once. It's not just music this is a mind experience,this will make you crawl inside of your own head and find things that you never thought were there. Man i don't even know how to describe it man it could be considered experimental/ambient soundscape/spoken performance with notes of industrialism,but it is none of those "labels" this stands alone on it's own as it's own kind of experience. All i have to say is if you can find it you better grab it,because this is an album of history right here. 50 years from now this will scare the hell out of people more than it may already now. Great find !
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars instant classic 27 Nov 2013
By the Citizen - Published on
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while there are not really any bands out there that sound like Corrections House!!

i'll give it a try.. if you take Patti Smith spoken-word type songs, and have them get gangraped and

dismemebered, put back together in unusual ways .(ie Soska Sisters film classic American Mary)_

mix that with Burzum, old Burzum sounds and the eletronica stuff, and it may sound abit like Corrections House.
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