CORRECTIONS HOUSE is an eclectic collective of musical miscreants featuring Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Sanford Parker (Nachtmystium), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), and Bruce Lamont (Yakuza). Together they sew a difficult-to-pigeonhole quilt of poetic misanthropy, industrial ear lashings and pure sonic menace.

Following a special run of live rituals in January, CORRECTIONS HOUSE recently unleashed a grim visual interpretation of the track “Grin With a Purpose,” currently available via Noisey, Vice Magazine’s music channel, where you’ll also find an exclusive interview with Williams. The tune comes by way of the band’s Hoax The System/Grin With a Purpose 7” available to purchase through War Crime Recordings in the US and Burning World Records in Europe.


In an excerpt from the interview, Mike IX Williams notes: “CORRECTIONS HOUSE is all about Waffle House. The saxophone is a symbol of man’s backwards descent in time.”


Watch the video, read the interview, suffer at THIS LOCATION.


“…unique and devastating…” – Invisible Oranges


“I’m engulfed in a wall of sound and have no idea what to call this music. It’s industrial and doom for sure. It’s heavy and definitely dirty.” – Dig Boston

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Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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