Fans of Connecticut's post-industrial doomgaze two-piece HAVE A NICE LIFE have been restlessly awaiting the band's second gloom fueled auto-biographical meditation and The Flenser is pleased to present HAVE A NICE LIFE’s The Unnatural World. The Unnatural World is eight-songs and 47 minutes. The Unnatural World is Have A Nice Life’s most monumental work yet—a colossally-sounding, perfectly-orchestrated example of industrial shoegaze. The Unnatural World will leave fans comatose on the ground near their record player. This second full length promises doom and gloom at a new level, more focused and soul tearing than ever. Dredging up themes of modern legend, religious insecurity, and crushing depression, the weight of sound is matched only by the band's piercingly uncomfortable and personal lyrics. Wave after overwhelming wave will slam listeners down into the psychological depths of existentialism and woe. Much like its predecessor release, the band's 2008 full-length Deathconsciousness, the same intense energy is maintained throughout the quiet lows and staggering highs of The Unnatural World. No speaker will do it justice and none of you are worthy!
01. Guggenheim Wax Museum
02. Defenestration Song
03. Burial Society
04. Music Will Untune The Sky
06. Unholy Life
07. Dan and Time, Reunited By Fate
08. Emptiness Will Eat The Witch