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My favorite photograph of Neurosis is the one posted on their Wikipedia entry. It's a grainy shot of the band performing in Seattle in 2008. You can make out the band members, but only just. The…   Read Story »
Tomorrow, Bay Area slow-build metal gods Neurosis will release their bleak, apocalyptic new album Honor Found In Decay, their first full-length since 2007's Given To The Rising. We've already posted…   Read Story »
Every new Neurosis release is cause for celebration; over the last quarter-century, the band has built one of the strongest catalogs in heavy music and, really, changed the course of metal, slowing…   Read Story »
Slow-churning Bay Area metal folk heroes Neurosis haven't released an album since 2007's great Given To The Rising, and they'll finally make their grand return this fall with a new one called Honor…   Read Story »
Infamously cantankerous studio rat/national treasure Steve Albini doesn't like to be called a record producer. He prefers the term "recording engineer." That's a dry, clinical term for what Albini…   Read Story »
Georgia metal demigods Mastodon have already shared "Black Tongue" and "Curl Of The Burl," two tracks from their new album The Hunter, and now they've dropped another one via kaleidoscopic YouTube…   Read Story »
Resident Neurosis visual artist (and ex-Red Sparowes guitarist/Battle Of Mice multi-tasker) Josh Graham & his revolving cast of players are releasing the third A Storm Of Light album next month:…   Read Story »
Crack The Skye's clearly the least immediate release in Mastodon's oeuvre. Which isn't to say it's bad. It just takes a few more close listenings (and, as you'll soon discover, an acceptance of their…   Read Story »