MIRRORS FOR PSYCHIC WARFARE: Collaboration Between Neurosis’ Scott Kelly And Buried At Sea’s Sanford Parker Announces North American Tour With The Atlas Moth And Royal Thunder
MIRRORS FOR PSYCHIC WARFARE, the collaboration between Neurosis’ Scott Kelly and Buried At Sea’s Sanford Parker, will take to the streets next month on a twenty-five date North American tour. The trek commences February 10th in Chicago, Illinois, runs through March 10thin Vancouver, British Columbia, and will feature The Atlas Moth and Royal Thunder on select dates. See all confirmed performances below.
MIRRORS FOR PSYCHIC WARFARE:
2/10/2018 Empty Bottle - Chicago, IL **
2/11/2018 Smalls - Detroit, MI **
2/12/2018 Hard Luck - Toronto, ON **
2/13/2018 Bar Le Ritz - Montreal, QC **
2/14/2018 Great Scott - Boston, MA **
2/16/2018 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY **
2/17/2018 Voltage Lounge - Philadelphia, PA **
2/18/2018 DC9 - Washington, DC **
2/19/2018 Strange Matter - Richmond, VA **
2/20/2018 Local 506 - Chapel Hill, NC **
2/21/2018 New Brookland Tavern - Columbia, SC **
2/22/2018 Club 529 - Atlanta, GA **
2/26/2018 The Rail 2 - Peoria, IL
2/27/2018 Riot Room - Kansas City, MO
2/28/2018 Fubar - St. Louis, MO
3/01/2018 89th Street - Oklahoma City, OK
3/02/2018 Lost Well -Austin, TX
3/03/2018 Lowbrow Palace - El Paso, TX
3/04/2018 Rebel Lounge - Phoenix, AZ
3/05/2018 Resident - Los Angeles, CA
3/06/2018 Blue Lamp - Sacramento, CA
3/07/2018 Golden Bull - Oakland, CA
3/08/2018 Tonic Lounge - Portland, OR
3/09/2018 Highline - Seattle, WA
3/10/2018 Astoria - Vancouver, BC
** w/ The Atlas Moth, Royal Thunder
MIRRORS FOR PSYCHIC WARFARE released their self-titled debut via Neurot Recordings in 2016. A sonic manifestation of insomnia, complete with the tossing, turning, and perennial dread that comes with facing a new day, the five songs that comprise Mirrors For Psychic Warfare lurch and pulsate across a sullen, desolate landscape with an almost curious obsessiveness.
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MIRRORS FOR PSYCHIC WARFARE will unleash their next chapter of audio anxiety in the months to come. Details to be revealed in due time.
“Parker’s ability to invoke foreboding tones and textures enhances the ritualistic features, bringing MFPW closer in line with Jef Whitehead’s defunct project Lurker Of Chalice than Corrections House…the psyche rattling tension they maintain is as unnerving as it gets.” – Metal Hammer
“Imagine a broken mirror on the floor, one shard catching your eye, reflecting a warped, spectral veil emanating from those motherships when at rest, like exhaust pipes slowly bellowing, and a mist created by gradually subsiding engine heat.” – Zero Tolerance
“Kelly and Parker deal in a form of debased, defeated industrial future-folk, a zoned-out space cluttered with crunching metallic debris. Some of the quieter moments skirt the dreaded dark ambient category – but that subgenre always seems to suggest hokey cyberdelic techno-sabbats or the Hellraiser sequel in which chief Cenobite Pinhead sashays around on a spaceship. By contrast Mirrors For Psychic Warfare seed concerns about depleted stocks of tinned food and the likelihood of typhoid.” – Wire
“Ambient(-esque?), but tense and brooding…” – Decibel
“MIRRORS… dwells into dark ambient and power electronics, resulting in a death industrial setting, reminiscent of the Cold Meat Industry roster, in the likes of Deutsch Nepal and In Slaughter Natives.” – Cvlt Nation
“Alternating between sedate brood and agonized howl, Kelly spurts a flowing river of distorted guitar, his manly moodiness resting comfortably atop Parker’s steady beats and atmospheric programming.” – Austin Chronicle
“If you are a fan of either man involved, then you’ll know that the sheer emotional weight their self-titled debut carries could crush the casual listener and suck the air out of a room… it’s like waking in a cold sweat in the middle of the night from a fevered dream that leaves you restless and unsettled, not quite sure whether that feeling was real or imagined.” – The Sleeping Shaman