Neurosis - Neverhouse album FLAC
Neurosis is an American avant-garde metal band from Oakland, California. It was formed in 1985 by guitarist Scott Kelly, bassist Dave Edwardson, and drummer Jason Roeder, initially as a hardcore punk band. Chad Salter joined as a second guitarist and appeared on the band's 1987 debut Pain of Mind before being replaced by Steve Von Till in 1989. The following year, the lineup further expanded to include a keyboardist and a visual artist.
Neurosis have been writing music for over 30 years, and in that time they have gone through a development in sound akin to that of a human being. In their early days, they played gritty hardcore punk music and entrenched themselves in the East Bay of California's burgeoning scene, forming their craft and intensity. Each album saw them pushing their craft further, to becoming the forerunners of what would become sludge and post-metal. This drive to create would fuel their consistently great discography, their music bridging the gap to elements of folk and many other genres
Going beyond the remarkable, Neurosis became unforgettable. Throughout the last 30 years, the journey of their music has found the band relishing the unpredictable and embracing the unknown possibility of where the music was capable of taking them. This year finds Neurosis taking their most dominant step yet with their eleventh full-length, Fires Within Fires. Three decades in the making, Fires Within Fires is a testament both to the history and future of Neurosis. Featuring exquisite album artwork from the renowned Thomas Hooper and the stellar recording work of the group's longstanding engineer Steve Albini, Fires Within Fires is at once a beautiful and forbidding work of mastery.
A Sun That Never Sets is Neurosis’ seventh release, and this means automatically that either they have all the experience required to consolidate their sound, and make an album of what they know to do best. But what can you do when you offer distinct material every time you deliver a new observation". Well, this album is entertaining, what can I say. I haven’t listened to the post-metal bands I know in a while (you know, Isis, Pelican), so it’d be hard to put Neurosis into context.
|Run To Blue Room||4:51|
|Activity (Video Remix)||3:20|
|CD 004||Neurosis||Neverhouse (CD, Album)||Trans Records||CD 004||Poland||1998|
|MC 004||Neurosis||Neverhouse (Cass, Album)||Trans Records||MC 004||Poland||1998|