Tag: Neurosis

Harvestman

Music Reviews

In a Dark Tongue (Neurot Recordings). Review by Matthew Moyer.

Manes

Music Reviews

How The World Came To An End (Candlelight). Review by Bob Ham.

Premonitions Of War

Interviews

Daniel Mitchell discusses fashion tips, including corpse paint and viking helmets, with Brad Wharton from metalcore stalwarts Premonitions of War.

Blut Aus Nord

Music Reviews

The Work Which Transforms God (Candlelight Records). Review by Terry Eagan.

Zao

Music Reviews

A Parade of Chaos (Solid State). Review by Stein Haukland.

Neurosis

Music Reviews

A Sun That Never Sets (Relapse). Review by Nathan T. Birk.

Old Man Gloom

Music Reviews

Seminar II: The Holy Rites of Primitivism Regressionism and Seminar III: Zozobra (Tortuga). Review by Nathan T. Birk.

Deviates

Music Reviews

Time is the Distance (Epitaph). Review by Brian Kruger.

Neurosis

Interviews

What is “sound art” and how does it relate to the heavy rock of Neurosis? Nirav Soni asks Steve Von Till, guitarist for both Neurosis and their side project, Tribes Of Neurot.

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