March 19, 2018

Razorhouse: Codex Tres Lingua

photo: Bobby Talamin

Chicago based psychedelic art-punk quartet Razorhouse like to keep their listeners on edge with intense, brooding songs. Main man Mark Panick projects a sense of imminent danger on the band's new EP Codex Tres Lingua. if is not the whole world that is in jeopardy, then there is always an individual who should be looking over his shoulder to face something nasty.

Taking the fight-or-flight response as the lead theme for the songs things come to scary peak during Mortality vs. The Accountant, a mash-up of Peter Gabriel's Moribund the Burgermeister and Arthur Miller's classic play Death of a Salesman. Razorhouse are not about making things comfortable. Death is a reality and it might come sooner than expected.

Mark Panick: vocals, guitar
Curtis Ruptash: bass
David Suycott: drums
Tommi Zender: guitars
Guest musicians:
Dan Moulder piano
Nora O'Connor: backing vocals

Codex Tres Lingua is a released thru Underwear Factory Toy Records. Buy it from the band's website.

  1. Go
  2. Walking with the Deadmen
  3. Cut Me Low
  4. Mortality vs. The Accountant
  5. Across The Wire
  6. Deadmen remix- Peabody & Sherman (digital only)


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