Corrections House has just released a stream of their new song “Serve or Survive” via Pitchfork. The track is the first single from the band’s upcoming album Last City Zero. Listen to the stream.
Metal supergroup, Corrections House, has just released a new stream of their latest single from the upcoming album Last City Zero. The single “Serve or Survive” proves to be impassioned, industrial and revolutionary with a cinematic musical landscape mixed with raw guitar and vocals and electronic rhythmic patterns. Most of the musical arrangement is akin to the rhythm of helicopters, factory assembly lines, and modern technology, which sets the tone for your imagination to run wild. The track boasts a vocal and musical performance that both captivates the listener and transports to a vision of chaos and demolition, while incorporating softened moments that remind you there is still some calm in the storm.
“Serve or Survive” is the new single for Corrections House’s upcoming album Last City Zero, which is scheduled to release October 2013. Early this year the supergroup released their video for “Hoax the System” which gave fans a chance to watch Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Sanford Parker (Nachtmystium), and Bruce Lamont (Yakuza/Bloodiest) in action.
With their new album in full swing fans can listen to the stream of their new single “Serve or Survive” via Pitchfork. Listen to the stream here.