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A Sun That Never Sets

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The title of this release carries a current of sad irony. After well over a decade of dedicated touring and recording, Oakland, CA's acclaimed sonic trailblazers seem, indeed, with this disc, heading inexorably towards twilight. Certainly, there has been an aesthetic sea change, and a qualitative one as well; whereas once Neurosis generated an epic maelstrom of sound done better than anyone, that signature was pared down a bit on the previous effort, Times of Grace. With A Sun That Never Sets, Neurosis has taken it's newfound range, and a near Mahler-esque interest in the dialectical arrangement of quiet and loud dynamics, into even more reflective, contemplative territory. The plodding guitar and noise texture tsunami that characterized every album from Souls at Zero onward has lost its steam, and if not lost steam, it has lost its potency, and, from the sound of this disc, even the band understood that. One can only hammer for so long; soon enough, the nail will be fully driven, even into the toughest steel. That said, the course of A Sun That Never Sets is determined largely by acoustic guitar and soft, folk-like singing. The standard format of electric instruments and drums have been turned down, or churned senselessly in superfluous sections tacked onto the outro's of quieter songs. Twilight, indeed. And not because Neurosis has altered its sound; experimentation and exploration is indeed a laudable, brave task, especially in the realms of noise rock and metal, where audiences can be rather unforgiving; twilight because there is a paucity of memorable material present on this Albini production, quiet, loud, or in between.

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Mature intelligent rock.

It is unfortunate that people are so desperate for the proverbial 15 minutes of fame that they decide to pollute honest reviews with thier petty axe grinding. Obviously the guy who gve this 1 star has no frame of reference to this style of music, and therefore should reserve his complaints for his mommy when she doesnt tuck him in just right. This is a fantastic album from a terrific band whose influence has somehow managed to seep its way into heavy atmospheric music despite being leftfield and underrated. Rock on brothers!

I only wish I will see them live again, someday...

The people who rated this 1 star and stated Neurosis was "the worst band ever" could not sit long enough to hear the music develop. It takes an open mind, some time, and a willingness to let a band like Neurosis engulf your very musical soul. But then again, I guess if it doesn't have a catchy hook, most people won't get it. (But they probably think Pink Floyd is too "long" and "overdramatic" also.) This is one of my favorite albums by Neurosis second only to "Through Silver in Blood." Buy it, you will not be disappointed.


this album is amazing... but you have to be patient with it.. it grows on you a ton.


Fecha de formación: Oakland, CA, 1985

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

Formed in Oakland, California in late 1985, Neurosis developed a style blending industrial, heavy metal, and alternative rock with often spiritually focused lyrics. Members Steve Von Till (guitar, vocals, percussion), Dave Edwardson (bass, vocals), Scott Kelly (bass, vocals), Jason Roeder (drums), Noah Landis (keyboards, samples, tape effects), and Pete Inc. (visuals) debuted in 1987 with the album Pain of Mind, but it took nearly five years for any follow-up to be released. Both Souls at Zero and...
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