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Corrections House, Grohg, Nate Hall 

When: Sun., Jan. 27, 8:30 p.m. 2013
Price: $10

"I just wanna start this interview off saying we are not doing any interviews." That's how maniacal Eyehategod frontman Mike "IX" Williams opened a chat with the Miami New Times in early January about his new project, Corrections House. The four names and faces that form Corrections House are something of an American metal fantasy camp—there's Williams and doom-voiced Neurosis founder Scott Kelly, Chicago baritone saxophone bellower Bruce Lamont and super-producer Sanford Parker. But to date, the reticent quartet has released exactly one song, "Hoax the System," an aggressive blitz of dark electronics, industrial drums and Williams' political carpet bombs. It's great, but personalities aside, it's mostly all we know about Corrections House. In a time of instant information, what's more old-school than a supergroup that wants to tell people the hard way—by getting in a van and trying these songs on stage?

To that end, this is a massive and daunting bill: Corrections House's set will be accompanied by solo takes from each of its four members. US Christmas frontman Nate Hall, who gives into influences both Appalachian and Texan when not leading that band's kosmische metal, will open alongside Raleigh multimedia dark lords Grohg. Bring your stamina and, as Williams told the New Times, "an open mind." —Grayson Currin

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