Mirrors For Psychic Warfare second album out now & streaming, plus tour dates announced
“Mirrors For Psychic Warfare are pretty much the dream team when it comes to dark, experimental industrial. Neurosis’ Scott Kelly and Buried At Sea’s Sanford Parker join forces to craft hypnotic industrial, employing mechanical percussion, joyless vocals, and bursts of noise in such a way that it could only be Mirrors For Psychic Warfare playing. I See What I Became shines because of its diversity: bits of trip-hop and ambient music keep each song sounding different, adding uncomfortable psychedelia to an album that brims with dystopian undertones.” – Decibel
I See What I Became, the second full-length from Mirrors For Psychic Warfare, featuring Neurosis’ Scott Kelly and Buried At Sea’s Sanford Parker is released and streaming now via Neurot Recordings. The duo also reveal live dates incoming this year in support of the album, dates below with more to be announced.
About the album, Scott Kelly comments, “This record shows the heart of our previous work together in Mirrors For Psychic Warfare and Corrections House, but the songwriting has evolved immensely in my opinion. Still abstract and still unsettled but the groove is present throughout this record. Approach with an open mind and we think this will move you.”
06.11. NL-Den Haag, Paard
08.11. NL-Sittard, Volt
09.11. BE-Brussels, Magasin 4
10.11. GER-Hamburg, tba
12.11. GER-Berlin, Berghain Kantine
13.11. GER-Leipzig, UT Connewitz
14.11. CZ-Prague, Klub 007
15.11. AT-Linz, Kapu
16.11. HU-Budapest, tba
17.11. SK-Kosice, Tabacka Kulturfabrik
18.11. RO-Cluj Napoca, /Form Space
19.11. RO-Timisoara, Reflektor
20.11. HR-Zagreb, Klub Mochvara
21.11. CH-Martigny, Sunset Bar
22.11. CH-Winterthur, Gaswerk
23.11. IT-Calenzano, Cycle Club
24.11. IT-Savignano, Circolo Mezcal
25.11. IT-Milano, Sound Music Club
Produced by Seward Fairbury (Corrections House) and Negative Soldier, mastered by Collin Jordan (Eyehategod, Indian, Wovenhand, Voivod), with decibel manipulation by Dave French (Brothers Of The Sonic Cloth, The Anunnaki), the industrial duo’s follow-up to 2016’s critically-lauded, self-titled debut spews eight bile-rich pieces of unsettling audio devastation.
With I See What I Became, a sonic abattoir is erected, exploited, and razed. Turbulence rises and churns giving way to rhythmic machinations, lights flicker, a grand mal/guignol seizure besets a frog-headed snitch, blood collects in a stainless-steel gutter. There’s nothing fun here; nothing but the cold of an autopsy followed by the heat of a crematorium.
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.