23:16 - Czerny Reiter I only have III in physical format and have listened to Sentinel and Gnosis. Didn't seem like it would warrant delving much further.
23:13 - 3rdWorld Yeah I agree on it. It is mostly a problem with his latest for me. His early 2 albums were really sweet.
23:08 - Czerny Reiter I appreciate what the guy aims to achieve, but it is way too meandering and the BM parts are not that engaging. Gorgeous ambiences do compensate somewhat, but the heavier sections are often jarring or plain uninspired.
23:01 - 3rdWorld Spectral Lore is awesome bm. Probably my favourite track from them. Highly recommended. [link]
Now that we know that Neurosis' new album will be called Fires Within Fires, we can start discovering more about it. The post-metallers have been doing this for more than 30 years and the journey of their music continues with their eleventh full-length. Following 2012's Honor Found In Decay, Fires Within Fires gives due to its predecessors while progressing forward into the unfamiliar. The album features artwork from the renowned Thomas Hooper and the stellar recording work of the group's longstanding engineer Steve Albini. See the cover and tracklist below. Tip: it's a key.
As the key events of their 30 year milestone unfold, it comes with real pleasure to officially announce the name and release date of Neurosis' eleventh full length. Fires Within Fires will be released on September 23rd via Neurot Recordings. More specific album details are imminent, but in the meantime fans can catch the band at one of twelve dates across Europe in August. They will be joined on select dates by Latvia's fascinating experimental trio, Tesa.
The American post-metal behemoth Neurosis have revealed they are set to enter Electrical Audio Studio again with Steve Albini on December 27th to record a brand-new album and follow-up to 2012's Honor Found In Decay.
As their thirtieth anniversary nears, Neurosis will be hitting the road in their most extensive touring of the North American continent in over fifteen years this summer. Tickets for the impending tour are already on sale if you want to attend these shows. Not since prior to the turn of the millennium has the band embarked on a tour of this size. Between the end of July and the middle of August, they will tour throughout the Midwestern, East Coast, and Southern US states and the lower Eastern portion of Canada. They will also be playing in cities and states which they have not visited since the '90s.
Having recently performed at the Temples Festival in Bristol (UK), Neurosis have announced more live shows in Europe for this summer, continuing their voyage in support of their latest creation Honor Found In Decay. The Americans shall be heading to places they've never played before like Croatia and Greece. Maybe you can catch them live on some of these dates. Check them out here.
Over a year since the release of their tenth studio album Honor Found In Decay, Neurosis has locked down two new performances in their ongoing, sporadic live ceremonies in support of the album. The newly-confirmed concerts will take place at the cusp of the New Year, both in California, and both feature very special guests. These performances will feature direct support from Santa Cruz hardcore legends Bl'ast as well as mighty psychedelic doom trio Yob.
Neurosis worshipers will finally be able to show their devotion to the US metallers again in Europe as the band has just announced a trek for this upcoming May/June/July. The extensive European tour happens in support of their tenth album, Honor Found In Decay, released last October.
No, this is not a dream. There is actually a new supergroup called Corrections House featuring Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Sanford Parker (Nachtmystium) and Bruce Lamont (Yakuza). Little is known about what this lineup created, but they are launching the band with a US tour (which will also feature solo sets from the artists comprising the band) in January/February 2013.
American metallers Neurosis are releasing their new album Honor Found In Decay today in North America but you can now stream the whole piece online here. Neurot Recordings released the album yesterday in Europe. So, was it worth the wait? Check it out for yourself.
"We All Rage In Gold", the opening track to Neurosis' anticipated Honor Found In Decay opus, is now streaming exclusively at this location. The six-and-a-half minute song is the second taste from the upcoming album to be released. Honor Found In Decay hits stores later this month in Germany on October 26th, in the rest of Europe on October 29th, and in North America on October 30th via Neurot Recordings.
With the new 10th studio full-length from Neurosis set to erupt in late October, the first track off Honor Found In Decay to be made publicly available, "At The Well", is now streaming over here. Feast your ears.
Anticipation for Honor Found In Decay, the tenth studio album by Neurosis, is starting to intensify, as we count down the days until its North American release date on October 30th. Like an eclipse, a brand new Neurosis album is not a frequent occurrence and when it comes around, every last moment must be savored. For this momentous event, all the forces are aligned.
The wait for a new Neurosis album has been long but now the time has come to unveil the title of their tenth full-length studio creation, which will be Honor Found In Decay. This next chapter in the evolution of Neurosis will see a worldwide release through the band's own Neurot Recordings this Autumn, in Germany on October 26th, in the UK on October 29th, and in North America on October 30th. Further details will be made available over the coming weeks.
US metallers Neurosis' albums Souls At Zero and Enemy Of The Sun will be re-released on vinyl.
Relapse Records has issued the following announcement: "Relapse Records is proud to announce the release of Neurosis' two landmark records Souls At Zero (originally released in 1992) and Enemy Of The Sun (originally released in 1993). Available on LP for the first time in nearly two decades and for the first time ever in their full form on vinyl, both albums have been fully remastered and presented with newly expanded artwork. Pre-orders for both records, including an exclusive line of Neurosis merch, are available now at this location."