October 6th, 2016
Liverpool metalcore outfit Carcer City are a special band. Genetics play a fundamental part in evolution, with DNA being the main constituent of uniqueness. Within certain people’s DNA, genetic markers allow them to see things in different ways with one such marker causing a condition known as synaesthesia. Perhaps the most well-known form of this condition is grapheme-colour synaesthesia, resulting in the person perceiving letters or numbers as colours. This can alter association to people’s crafts, allowing them to create something special, and, through vocalist Patrick Pinion (who suffers with this condition), that’s exactly what Carcer City have achieved with their third studio record, ‘Infinite // Unknown’.