Entries tagged with: Corrections House

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by Rob Sperry-Fromm

Curran Reynolds w/ Today is the Day at MDF 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Curran Reynolds

Eyehategod/Neurosis/etc-related supergroup Corrections House will kick off their previously-discussed tour with Statiqbloom this weekend. As discussed that tour hits NYC for a sweet show at Saint Vitus on Monday (12/1) with Uniform (ex-The Men, Drunkdriver) and Body Stuff. Tickets for Vitus are still available.

In our initial post, we referred to Body Stuff as a one-man project, and it is indeed the brainchild of local heavy polyglot Curran Reynolds (ex-Today is the Day and much more). Only the live show at Saint Vitus will feature a four-piece lineup including Rush Moody, Ryan Jones and Matt Kepler. Ryan is also ex-TITD and is a member of local rippers Mutilation Rites, who Rush has also joined as a live member. Matt is known for metal-related design projects and also worked at the now-closed Lit Lounge. Body Stuff's self-titled EP, which is streaming below, is a bracing slab of industrially-oriented hardcore, and this band should give it full, brutal expression in a live setting (this is the only show they'll be playing in 2014).

Speaking of Mutilation Rites, they've been added as openers for the previously-discussed Black Breath show happening at Saint Vitus on December 14. Also on that bill is White Widows Pact and Blackest. Tickets are still available. Ryan Jones will also be taking part in the upcoming Brooklyn Rock Lottery on December 6 at Baby's All Right which also includes members of Drive Like Jehu, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Dismemberment Plan, Parquet Courts, and more (tickets).

Meanwhile, Corrections House covered Neil Young's "Cortez the Killer" which premiered over at Noisey. Stream that, with their full list of dates and a stream of the Body Stuff EP, below...

Continue reading "Body Stuff playing full-band (mem Mutilation Rites, ex-Today Is The Day) w/ Corrections House; MR playing w/ Black Breath"

Corrections House at Saint Vitus in 2013 (more by Caroline Harrison)
Corrections House

Heavy supergroup Corrections House have announced a winter tour with dark industrial project Statiqbloom. Corrections House is comprised of Eyehategod frontman Mike IX Williams, Neurosis frontman Scott Kelly, Yakuza's Bruce Lamont, and Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist (and producer of basically all the sweet metal coming out of the Windy City), Sanford Parker. This band is heavily pedigreed from far ranging styles of incredibly influential sludge, and their sound is an unholy beast culled from the diverse skill set of the members. The tour will make a stop in NYC on December 1 at Saint Vitus, where the two aforementioned bands will be joined by two-man noise outfit UNIFORM and local one-man hardcore/industrial/drone act Body Stuff. Tickets are on sale now.

All dates are listed, along with a video of what happened last time Corrections House played Vitus and a stream of the Body Stuff EP, below...

Continue reading "Corrections House touring with Statiqbloom (dates)"

by Wyatt Marshall

Eyehategod at Saint Vitus, November 2013 (more by Caroline Harrison)

New Orleans sludge monsters Eyehategod unleashed a song off of their forthcoming self-titled album a couple of weeks ago, and now they've done it again with the album's opener, the awesomely named "Robitussin and Rejection." The track is quaking, punishing and bluesy, not likely to let any fan of the band down. As mentioned, the new album--EHG's first in 14 years and first since the passing of founding drummer Joey LaCaze--features LaCaze's drum tracks. Look for the album on May 27 on Housecore Records.

Eyehategod has tacked a short run of west coast dates onto the previously mentioned Baltimore show with High on Fire, Corrosion of Conformity (who are touring and playing Saint Vitus on 4/26) and more. They'll also be playing the Dark Lord Day in Munster, IN, where Three Floyds Brewing sells its Three Floyds Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout. The festival is the only place to buy the much coveted beer, and this year the festival will also feature performances from High on Fire Iron Reagan, Corrections House (which features Scott Kelly of Neurosis, Sanford Parker of Nachtmystium, Mike Williams of EHG, and Bruce Lamont of Yakuza) and more.

All dates are listed, with the new song stream, below...

Continue reading "Eyehategod released "Robitussin and Rejection" from new LP (listen +++ updated tour dates)"

Decibel

Decibel Magazine is back with its annual top 40 albums of the year list. Two of the top three (including the #1 spot) are reunion albums from death metal veterans, though many younger bands place highly as well. And the one metal album we can safely expect on many non-metal lists, Deafheaven, makes it on there too.

Check out the full list below...

Continue reading "Decibel Magazine's Top 40 Albums of 2013"

Wrekmeister Harmonies at Intuit Gallery, June 2013 (more by)
Wrekmeister Harmonies

As mentioned, tonight will see the performance of the Wrekmeister Harmonies "big band," a 15-person crew featuring a gang of Chicago all-stars from bands like Indian, Anatomy of Habit, Corrections House, Yakuza and more. They'll be joined by sets from Theologian and Hunter Hunt-Hendrix's (Liturgy) other band Survival at Saint Vitus tonight (8/30) and tickets are still available.

In addition, you can catch Wrekmeister Harmonies (aka JR Robinson) SANS his massive backing crew on Sunday at Spectacle (9/1) where he'll perform a solo set against a film backdrop. More details are available here.

Wrekmeister Harmonies will also return to NYC when his tour with Grails and Lilacs & Champagne hits Saint Vitus on September 15. Tickets for that show are still available.

Speaking of Saint Vitus, the Black Witchery show there this weekend is one of our highlighted events happening this Labor Day weekend in NYC.

Corrections House at Saint Vitus, Jan 2013 (more by Caroline Harrison)
Corrections House

Corrections House, featuring past and present personnel from of Neurosis, Eyehategod, Yakuza, Minsk and others, are prepping their new LP, Last City Zero, for release in October via Neurot Recordings. The long-player is the follow-up to the band's 7" from earlier this year, and includes the new jam "Run Through The Night" which you can stream below.

As discussed, Eyehategod is celebrating 25 years with a string of shows in September, including a Rocks Off Boat Cruise on 9/15, partly sponsored by Invisible Oranges. Tickets are still available.

Meanwhile, Bruce Lamont will join Wrekmeister Harmonies as part of their set at Saint Vitus on August 30 (tickets).

Also, make sure to head to InvisibleOranges to check out a long-form piece by Joseph Schafer on the phenomenon of the supergroup.

Track stream below...

Continue reading "Corrections House ready debut LP for Neurot (stream a track)"

Corrections House at Saint Vitus in January (more by Caroline Harrison)
Corrections House

Corrections House, featuring an all-star lineup of Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Sanford Parker (no longer Nachtmystium) and Bruce Lamont (Yakuza, Bloodiest), have a new video for "Grin With a Purpose" the A-Side of a 7" that includes the previously discussed "Hoax the System" track which also spawned a video. The 7" is currently available via War Crime Recordings, and will be a taste for what's to come... a planned full length due at the end of the year.

So far touring is light for Corrections House in 2013, but the band is planning a trip to the EU in December, with North American dates to follow in the new year. The tour will be their second trek, following their recent jaunt in January.

Check out both Corrections House videos below.

Continue reading "Corrections House releases another video, ready new LP"

Corrections House @ Saint Vitus, 1/21/2013 (more by Caroline Harrison)
Corrections House

Corrections House, the new supergroup comprised of Sanford Parker (producer/engineer, Nachtmystium, Minsk), Mike Williams (Eyehategod), Bruce Lamont (Yakuza, Bloodiest, etc.), and Scott Kelly (Neurosis, who played this past weekend), kicked off their US tour at Saint Vitus last night (1/21) which was also their first-ever show. The band was joined by opening sets from York Factory Complaint (mems Believer/Law, Veins, ex-Drunkdriver) and Theologian, and featured "solo sets of spoken word, acoustic and experimental music with an end times collaboration to close out the night."

More pictures and a review of the show are over at Invisible Oranges.

Eyehategod at Saint Vitus, Dec 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Eyehategod

As discussed, Corrections House is a supergroup of sorts, comprised of Scott Kelly (of Neurosis), Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Sanford Parker (producer/engineer, Nachmystium/Minsk) and Bruce Lamont (Yakuza, Bloodiest, etc). The upcoming tour will feature "solo sets of spoken word, acoustic and experimental music with an end times collaboration to close out the night." What we didn't know was that recorded material was also on the way...

Corrections House have produced a video for "Hoax the System," a new track that will appear on a forthcoming 7" on War Crime Records, a collaborative effort between Parker and Lamont. The flip will feature a second track, "Grin With A Purpose," though no additional recordings have been reported. Fingers crossed.

In the meantime, swoop below for a look at the new video and all tour dates. And if you want to see it live, Corrections House hits Saint Vitus on Jan 21 (tickets).

In related news, Neurosis plays a sold-out Brooklyn Masonic Temple on Saturday, the same day as the mega-Catharsis/Deathcycle/Gehenna/Withdrawal show at The Acheron (tickets).

Video and a list of tour dates are below.

Continue reading "Corrections House release new video, announces single"

Mike of Eyehategod at Saint Vitus, Nov 2012 (more by Lukas Hodge)
Corrections House

Corrections House is a new band of the "supergroup" persuasion, featuring Scott Kelly of Neurosis, Mike IX Williams of Eyehategod, Sanford Parker of Nachtmystium, and Bruce Lamont of Yakuza/Bloodiest. Little is known about what this stellar lineup has conjured together yet, but you can look forward to a few live performances in the US soon. Those include a stop in Brooklyn at Saint Vitus on Jan 21. Tickets are on sale.

Don't forget that Neurosis also announced tour dates recently, including their first NYC appearance in five years. The band also recently added a few new ones as well, including at Union Transfer in Philadelphia on 1/20. Dates are below.

Both Eyehategod and Nachtmystium performed at St. Vitus in November, though Sanford was not on board as a member of the Chicago black metal crew this time around. If you missed it, check out pictures of Nachtmystium HERE and shots from Eyehategod HERE and HERE.

All tour dates listed below...

Continue reading "Corrections House = mems of Neurosis + Eyehategod + Yakuza + Nachtmystium; touring US in 2013 (dates)"