Corrections House

Corrections House

Scott Kelly (of Neurosis), Mike IX Williams (of Eyehategod), Sanford Parker (of Nachtmystium), Bruce Lamont (of Yakuza)

Tue, January 22, 2013

9:00 pm

Great Scott

Allston, MA

This event is 18 and over

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Corrections House
Corrections House
Neurosis‘ Scott Kelly, Eyehategod‘s Mike IX Williams, Yakuza‘s Bruce Lamont and producer/musician Sanford Parker have joined forces in a new sludge supergroup dubbed Corrections House.

Each of the members will do solo sets back-to-back-to-back before they all do a full set of music together.
Scott Kelly (of Neurosis)
Scott Kelly (of Neurosis)
In James Joyce's Dublin the streets inhale and exhale an Irishness that is so fundamentally elemental that it's more a part of the landscape than the actual landscape which is to say: his books are more real than the real space they describe. And so it is with SCOTT KELLY, great guitar griot and founder of Neurosis, and his Wake. Or THE WAKE, to be precise. Its reality supersedes the place, the space and the particulars that gave birth to it. Mixing imagery that borders on a bold and stark contemplation of the limits of our earthly existence via our failed loves, efforts, conceits and even our less than noble other failures [blissfully unspecified and probably unnecessary to HAVE them specified: if you're ALIVE the blanks are easy enough to fill in], THE WAKE with its lion-in-the-winter woe wrenches the almost inexpressibly sad into seven songs that sound like what you hear when you're just about to not hear anything anymore.

"The weather never changes in my world." – Kelly

Goddamned right.

With an acoustic guitar and a croon that crams the lilt, lift and longing of several lives well lived into 5-some-odd minutes of every song this record would not only not have been possible at any other point in either his life, or ours for that matter, than now, it also seems to suggest the shape of beyond-now: thin and on fire.
Bruce Lamont (of Yakuza)
Bruce Lamont (of Yakuza)
"Progressive doom metal with saxophone" may sound like a ridiculous musical recipe, but Chicago's Yakuza has ridden the idea to five acclaimed albums and a place atop the local metal mountain. Not to mention singer/saxophonist Bruce Lamont's numerous side projects, ranging from guest appearances with local punk outfit The Jai-Alai Savant to fronting tribute band Led Zeppelin 2. - AVClub.com / Read full story here: http://bit.ly/aUH82D
Venue Information:
Great Scott
1222 Commonwealth Avenue
Allston, MA, 02134
http://www.greatscottboston.com/