NEW ALBUM OUT NOW: Mirrors for Psychic Warfare's I See What I Became
I See What I Became, the anticipated second full-length from MIRRORS FOR PSYCHIC WARFARE — Neurosis’ Scott Kelly and Buried At Sea’s Sanford Parker — is out today.
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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.
Decibel Magazine offered a full album stream on its site this week — which can be found RIGHT HERE.
"This record shows the heart of our previous work together in MIRRORS FOR PSYCHIC WARFARE and Corrections House,” says Kelly, “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."
“MIRRORS FOR PSYCHIC WARFARE are pretty much the dream team … 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 Magazine
“I See What I Became is an album that leaves you scraping your jaw off the floor. It makes you question everything you thought you knew about heavy music whilst affirming the power of industrial sounds. It’s a great creative achievement and extremely indicative of the sum of its parts.” -- Two Guys Metal Reviews
“Far from the clarity of enlightenment the title may suggests, I See What I Became conveys a wallowing in darkness and a sense of resignation, hollowed out, nihilistic. It’s a heavy grind that wears you down, and by the end, I feel drained. I see nothing, and I feel numb.” -- Aural Aggravation
“…an unsettling walk through an industrial underbelly. … this is the hypnotism of a serpent that will coil itself around you and crush your ribs before you can scream.” -- Ave Noctum