CORRECTIONS HOUSE Joins NEUROT RECORDINGS Family
Neurot Recordings has announced the addition of CORRECTIONS HOUSE to its eclectic roster of artists. The band's full-length debut will be released this fall.
Featuring Mike IX Williams (EYEHATEGOD), Scott Kelly (NEUROSIS), Sanford Parker (MINSK) and Bruce Lamont (YAKUZA), CORRECTIONS HOUSE is a mysterious collective of souls exploring the darkest, most unsettling facets of sound through audio disease and transcendent musical destruction. An impossible-to-pinpoint synthesis of mechanical decomposition, atmospheric abnormalities and poetic putrefaction, together CORRECTIONS HOUSE systematically create and destroy.
Following a special run of live rituals in January, which Invisible Oranges appropriately crowned both "unique and devastating," CORRECTIONS HOUSE unleashed the "Hoax The System/Grin With a Purpose" seven-inch single through War Crime Recordings in the U.S. and Burning World Records in Europe, earning critical accolades from adventurous listeners.
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