Following the Corrections House project from a couple years ago, Scott Kelly and Sanford Parker are taking their noise/industrial muse even further down the rabbit hole with a new project called Mirrors for Psychic Warfare. The latest single "Crooked Teeth" is a trip-hop-influenced track that dances around noise, power electronics, drum and bass and more, flirting with the dark aesthetics of Nick Cave, Aphex Twin, and early Tricky, creating for a fascinating bed for the vocals of Scott Kelly. Check it out above for the first time above.
"Crooked Teeth" is culled from the forthcoming LP I See What I Became due via Neurot on 9/28. Preorder yours, and catch Mirrors for Psychic Warfare live with Godflesh at the dates below:
Below, watch episode one of our two-part Scott Kelly documentary in which the musician looks back on his discovery of punk rock, the formation of Neurosis, his catalytic introduction to fellow singer-guitarist Steve Von Till and the philosophical underpinnings of one of music's most devoutly DIY and steadfastly uncompromising groups.