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Honor Found In Decay

Neurosis

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

Even though it barely eclipses the 60-minute mark, Neurosis’ 10th LP feels like it takes hours to unfold, as if it’s the molten-metal equivalent of watching and/or reading something as epic as Cloud Atlas or the whole Lord of the Rings trilogy. This is a good thing. Like Neurosis' last masterpiece, 2007’s Given to the Rising, the band’s long-awaited return is an immersive listen that rewards repeat visits to the valley of death Neurosis personally dug. And what a bleak but strangely beautiful valley it is, populated by rich imagery; there are uplifting lines like “Bleed the pig of its life,” “Death was my first companion," and “Smoke from a gaping wound, spirit already flown." The music brings new meaning to the phrase sturm und drang. It’s enough to make a longtime fan forget all the side projects and solo albums that dropped in the interim and hope for another group effort before the iconic Bay Area band turns 30. (Which is much sooner than you think.)

Customer Reviews

Struggling to like this

I'm a long time Neurosis fan, and by fan, I mean devotee. I absolutely could not wait for this album. But now that I've had a chance to go through it a few times, I'm having a hard time liking it. It just doesn't feel particularly new, different, or inspiring. I used to listen to Neurosis and feel like I was getting picked up in some sort of storm. I still feel that way when I listen to Times of Grace, Through Silver in Blood, and Enemy of the Sun. This album, though, just kind of feels like more of the same. I don't find it particularly moving. It's slow and plodding. It doesn't feel terribly urgent. I hate to say it, but it sounds like the band is phoning it in.

I'll keep trying with this one, Neurosis albums come along too rarely not to give every album every chance you can. But I can't imagine that this is going to be the album I reach for when I need a Neurosis fix...

Long awaited inspirado...

This band is the paradigm for heavy music. This is what happens when you sacrifice all for art and leave everything on the table. This is another album in a storied career of the most influential band of the last 30 years and I am nothing but thankful to be around to experience it. Thank you again Neurosis.

The Legends return...

…and what a return it is! After the back to form album Given to the Rising, I was left wondering how they could come close to even matching that one. Well, Honor Found In Decay is definitely as good, maybe even better. The flow to this album just seems better, as well as the typical Neurosis loud/soft template. All in all, Honor Found In Decay is just another amazing notch in the belt of Neurosis' long and storied career. Get this yesterday!

Biography

Formed: 1985 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '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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