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Sovereign (Remastered) [Bonus Track Version]

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This has 2 of Neurosis' best songs

This 5-song EP is pretty short but very much worth it for 2 songs. If you had to compile a short list of Neurosis' best songs then "An Offering" and "Sovereign" would have to be included. Both of these are so good you can't help but thinking when listening that this is the sound they were trying to achieve all along. These are very progressive yet heavy and dark pieces. "Prayer" and "Flood" are also good - both of these work well as intros to the other 2 epics. The bonus track "Misgiven" is actually one of the worst tracks I've heard from this band. I usually like to get my hands on b-sides and bonus songs but this one is very forgettable. Very much looking forward to Neurosis' upcoming album "Honor Found in Decay" due at the end of Oct.......hopefully their are some songs on the new one that are as good as some of the ones on Sovereign are. This is highly recommended for any Neurosis fan.

Well worth it

This album is the perfect transition between their earlier works and “A Sun That Never Sets”. In fact, you’ll hear some very obvious “nods” to both future and previous works (e.g. A Road to Sovereignty in Sovereign). All in all, very solid work in the first four songs (the original album).

The bonus song for me is probably the weak point on the album… it feels like a Tribes of Neurot B-Side. It’s not bad… but it’s not something I’d think to throw on randomly either.

Biografía

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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