Corrections House (Neurosis, Eyehategod, Nachtmystium and Yakuza) debut their new video for "Grin With A Purpose." It's… well, it's something. (more…)
KEN Mode hosts this week's episode of the fix with videos from Melvins, Neurosis, Van Halen, Mastodon, and Kittens
Commence the spraying of loads upon loads inside your pants!
Corrections House, a new all-star group comprised of Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Sanford Parker (Nachtmystium) and Bruce Lamont (Yakuza) are launching their new project on the world of heavy music with a tour of the east coast set to kick off on January 21st. (more…)
Neurosis is a band that doesn't do much touring. It's been five years since they've been to New York, so whenever the band does come around, it's an event. The sludge-masters have announced a handful f dates to wrap up 2012 and kick off 2013. I am very pleased to see NYC on the list.
What's interesting to note is that all of these dates are weekend shows, making me think this is clearly not something the band is pursuing full time due to other obligations. Could this also mean we might have more weekend shows on the horizon? I guess time will tell. Here is the current itinerary: (more…)
Neurosis is not a band that tours much, if at all. So anytime they announce a new show, it's a cause for celebration. And, if you live in Seattle, Los Angeles or Atlanta, celebrate you can because Neurosis will be coming to your town.
The band recently announced they are killing their projections at their shows, so these will be the first shows in "the new chapter" of the band, thus not to be missed. Tickets are on sale now. Here are the dates: (more…)
One of the highlights of seeing Neurosis live for me was the trippy visuals that would always project over the band as they performed their plodding music. I always felt it was a stroke of brilliance, because the band themselves don't move around much and after a while they do get boring to look at, so the cinematics served as the perfect accompaniment.
No more! The band today annouced they will no longer be projecting visuals while performing. (more…)
We're big fans of Neurosis here at Metal Injection. We all enjoy their slow stoner groove sound, but I doubt I could spend seven minutes describing the band's new album, Honor Found In Decay, to you. That's why this new review by Youtube user "EQTV," whose pubes probably are just starting to grow in, is so endearing. He reguarly eloquent reviews to his Youtube channel. So here's what he thought of the new album: (more…)
Well, the storm is a comin' and what better band to bring on the rain than Neurosis. They will be releasing their stellar new album, Honor Found In Decay tomorrow, and as a super-awesome late Monday treat, the entire opus is now streaming. It's another great entry from the band, who simply do not make bad music. So toke one up, kick a few back, and let's blast this sumbitch… (more…)
Friday seems like the perfect day to hear a new Neurosis track. Plenty of time to kick back, grind up the ganj, and take some bong rips to the sweet tune the band has just posted. Neurorsis is of course gearing up to release Honor Found In Decay on October 30th and the band has just posted a second track from the album (first track can be heard here) and it's as crushing as you would expect it to be. Listen: (more…)
It's finally here!! NPR is streaming the first new track from Neurosis in a million years* and (shocker) it's killer. The 10 minute song, "At The Well," is just a preview of 1/6th of their new album, Honor Found In Decay. For all you non-math-nerds, that's one hour of new music coming from the band. The song starts out brooding and builds to peaks and valleys in typical Neurosis fashion. I cannot wait to hear the whole thing.
Honor Found In Decay is released in Germany on October 26th, in the rest of Europe October 29th, and in North America on October 30th, 2012. If you missed the album trailer, here it is again: (more…)
A new album from Neurosis is coming! Honor Found In Decay will be released on Neurot Recordings on October 30th and I cannot wait. It's been far too long since the band put out new music, and they are slowly letting song bits trickle out. Today, they posted the above teaser featuring a few interview sound bites as well as a nice little snippet of new music. I cannot way to take about 10 bong rips and listen to this beginning to end at full blast until the cops show up.
Dear London, we're jealous of you! That's because you get to go see Neurosis and Godflesh play on the same bill on Sunday, December 2nd at The Forum. Just saying… really jealous. Tickets can be purchased here
Neurosis will be supporting their new album, Honor Found In Decay out October 30th on Neurot Recordings
Neurosis have just announced the title of their eleventh full length album, the follow up to 2007’s Given To The Rising. The album has been five years in the making and fan anticipation has certainly reached a boiling point. In an effort to hold people over until its release, the band officially confirmed that the new album will be titled Secrets Of The Pony Whisperer… (more…)
There hasn't been a new Neurosis album is five years, Given To The Rising came out in 2007. We haven't heard much from the band, other than a festival appearance here and then. All of the sudden a few days ago, their official label, Neurot Recordings (no coincidence) released a teaser titled "Neurosis: Electrical Transmission I" with no description. A few days later, another video popped up. Is a new Nueorsis record imminent? It has to be, right? Why else would they tease us like this!
Check out the second transmission: (more…)
It's mid-week and there is a ton of new music out there, so get your ears ready, cause it's time to rock!
Let's start with a new Trivium track titled "Inception Of The End." I really dig this straight up heavy metal tune, and longtime Trivium fans will too. Haters will continue to hate. In Waves hits stores August 2nd on Roadrunner Records. (more…)