The album was released on November 11 via Anselmo’s Housecore Records.
Speaking about the follow-up to 2003’s A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred – recorded under the Superjoint Ritual banner – Anselmo said: “The overall theme means many things, or no things, but there is an underlying message regardless, about how modern technology – computers and all that comes with them, mainly – has affected our lives.
“As a musician, it has affected my life both negatively, with music being stolen, and positively – being in touch with fellow musicians around the world and staying visible.
“But when looking at the broader spectrum, computer-land has given everyday people a platform in which to bellow like carnival barkers about anything and everything, humdrum or political, whether qualified or not, some with good intentions, some with disingenuous intentions, and some with ideas that lay somewhere in the middle, creating a mishmash of results.”
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Superjoint Caught Up In The Gears Of Application tracklist
- Today And Tomorrow
- Burning The Blanket
- Ruin You
- Caught Up In The Gears Of The Application
- Sociopathic Herd Delusion
- Circling The Drain
- Mutts Bite Too
- Rigging The Fight
- Receiving No Answer To The Knock