Corrections House Announce Sophomore Album

Corrections House Announce Sophomore Album
Metal supergroup Corrections House have announced they are returning to deliver a punishing sophomore album. Sounding as if it were a some sort of violent tutorial, Know How to Carry a Whip cracks off October 23 via Neurot Recordings.

A press release confirms that the album reunites core members Mike Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza) and Sanford Parker (Minsk), and adds "institutionalized minister of propaganda" Seward Fairbury to the lineup. The nine-song follow-up to 2013's Last City Zero was recorded in Vietnam, with Parker and Fairbury handling the sessions from both sides of the boards.

Said to revolve around an "underlying theme of confinement and release," Know How to Carry a Whip is described as "darker, denser, and more despairing" than Correction House's first LP. Band member Kelly says of the record: "The music is simultaneously suffocating and freeing, but it also has the energy of a whirling dervish."

Previews have yet to be unleashed, but the set is said to be built around beats and loops made by Sanford before being layered with guitars, saxophone, and the "manic street preacher prose" supplied by Williams. You'll find a full tracklisting down below.

Know How to Carry a Whip:

1. Crossing My One Good Finger
2. Superglued Tooth
3. White Man's Gonna Lose
4. Hopeless Moronic
5. Visions Divide
6. The Hall Of Cost
7. When Push Comes To Shank
8. I Was Never Good At Meth
9. Burn The Witness