Scott Kelly (Neurosis) and producer / engineer / sonic warlord Sanford Parker are restless. While the two already work together in Corrections House, a project that also features the talents of Mike IX Williams of Eyehategod and Bruce Lamont of Yakuza, this inquietude has culminated in another collaboration. Where Corrections House is hell-bent on impersonal bludgeon and unfettered terror, Mirrors for Psychic Warfare are far more restrained. The band’s haunting self-titled debut is the sonic manifestation of insomnia, complete with the tossing, turning and perennial dread that comes with facing another shabby daylight. These five pieces lurch and pulsate across a desolate landscape with a curious obsessiveness. Mirrors for Psychic Warfare may remind some of the best releases on the classic Cold Meat Industry label, but the familiar Kelly- / Parker-isms scattered throughout give the album its own identity. The work has more in common with a fever or a fitful wraith than a simple record.Mirrors for Psychic Warfare was realized and recorded by both Kelly and Parker at Actual 13 Studio and Hypercube over the course of 2015. The record was mixed and mastered by Parker.