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Album Review: Neurosis – Honor Found In Decay

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 7:17 AM (PST)

Neurosis keeps on giving, but they are doing it on their terms. This is not music for the sake of contractual obligations. It is closest in kinship to the true hardcore punk sense of “lifestyle”, with the band embodying the principles of integrity, community, evolution and success on their own terms. Take any Neurosis classic, from Times Of Grace to Sovereign to Through Silver In Blood, and you will be privy to musical soul searching of the highest magnitude. There are few bands that you can actually HEAR have mental breakthroughs on album.

“All Is Found…In Time”, one of the standout tracks from the new Neurosis album Honor Found In Decay, could just as well serve as a summary of the band’s philosophy. Through constant digging, trudging through darkness, catharsis and into blessed gnosis, the band manages to leave no stone unturned. This is not to imply that they genre hop like crazy time signature giddy college kids who just discovered Dillinger and Behold…The Arctopus. Of course not! What I plainly mean is that every record is a voyage, a harrowing of hells and a celebration of victories. The dedicated faithful listeners are rewarded with a passenger seat view of the trip and insight into one of the great “glass onion” bands in metal.

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Music: Neurosis – “We All Rage In Gold”

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, October 5, 2012 at 9:07 AM (PST)

California doom metal band Neurosis are streaming the opening track “We All Rage In Gold” off their upcoming album Honor Found In Decay. The epic new song clocks in at around six and a half minutes and lives up to what we have come to expect from the band over the years.

You can listen to it here.

Honor Found In Decay is Neurosis’ 10th studio album and the long awaited follow up to the bands 2007 release Given to the Rising. Honor Found in Decay is set to be released on October 26th via Neurosis’ own Neurot Recordings.

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The legendary and impossible to define Neurosis have released the album cover and artwork for their upcoming studio album Honor Found In Decay.  This will we the band’s 10th studio recording and the first since 2007’s Given To The Rising.  The release date in North America is October 30, 2012 and the groups own Neurot Recordings will take care of all the fun stuff.

To check out the cover and tracks click here.

Production and engineering on Honor Found In Decay was handled by Steve Alibini, making it the 5th time they have worked together.   Recording was done at Electrical Audio studios, Chicago, while the final mastering was done by John Golden at Golden Mastering in Ventura, California.  Artwork was taken care of by Josh Graham, the band’s visual artist since 2000.

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Neurosis announce first US date of Summer European/US tour

Posted by Tommy on Thursday, June 9, 2011 at 11:33 AM (PST)

The Bay Area’s legendary psychedelic operatic doom metal outfit Neurosis have announced the first date of the US leg of their Summer European/US tour. The band will play in Portland, OR on September 10th.

The influential band has defined vast extremes of popular heavy metal music in their 3 decades of earth-shaking metal.

Check out the latest dates below, and for more dates from Neurosis and other Neurot Recordings artists, check out the tour page here.

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Neurosis Announces European Summer Tour Dates

Posted by jillettinger on Thursday, April 14, 2011 at 2:17 PM (PST)

The Bay Area’s legendary psychedelic operatic doom metal outfit, Neurosis, has announced a slew of European tour dates for this summer.

The influential band has defined vast extremes of popular heavy metal music in their 3 decades of earth-shaking metal.

Check out the latest dates below, and for more dates from Neurosis and other Neurot Recordings artists, check out the tour page here.

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