Scott Kelly likes to stay busy. In addition to playing and recording with metal band Neurosis, which had two entries on Decibel Magazine's list of the 2000s' top 100 metal albums, Kelly has put out four solo records. He has also formed numerous side projects, including industrial group Corrections House with Eyehategod's Mike Williams, and Kelly contributed guest vocals to several albums by alternative metal band Mastodon. Recently, Kelly has been recording an album for one of those side projects, Rivers of Madness—featuring Brett Netson (Caustic Resin, Built to Spill, Brett Netson and Snakes)—and preparing to write with Neurosis again.
In the midst of all this, Kelly has somehow found time to tour again behind his somber, folk-influenced solo material. This time, he's playing with Noah Landis from Neurosis and Munly J. Munly from Slim Cessna's Auto Club.
That's the definition of busy.