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  • Audio CD (29 Oct. 2012)
  • Limited Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Neurot
  • ASIN: B009682E6A
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 86,487 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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It is said that great art has the power to take us outside of ourselves and bring us closer to ourselves simultaneously. Few bands have accomplished this rare feat on a more profound and consistent basis than NEUROSIS. For nearly three decades, their music has touched the hearts and minds of young men and women seeking contact with something beyond the physical world, something intangible, something that expresses the inner tumult of the human condition in a way that transcends time and space. Something that not only provokes questions but maybe even hints at answers.

Since 1985 this matchless force has surpassed the boundaries of any genre, never ceasing to mutate and progress their songwriting and sonic delivery, and never failing to mesmerize audiences both in the studio and onstage. And as the anticipation from their diehard fanbase reaches a boiling point, this week NEUROSIS unveil the title of their eleventh full-length studio creation, which will manifest itself as Honor Found In Decay.
*The music on Honor Found In Decay is both torturous and transcendent. It is the ongoing exposition of a vast internal dialogue that seems to carry the weight of eons. With the right kind of ears and eyes, it can seem like the trials and tribulations of mankind are being channeled through five individuals: Steve Von Till, Scott Kelly, Noah Landis, Jason Roeder and Dave Edwardson. And yet? They will be the first ones to tell you that they are just regular people trying to make sense of the world around them. Aided by Josh Graham, their resident visual guru, they transmit their interpretations through multiple sensory planes. The degree to which Neurosis allows them to step out of their everyday lives is the distance between one and zero, the distance between thinking and doing, the distance between this minute and the one that may or may not follow. Which is to say: NEUROSIS takes them outside of themselves and brings them closer to themselves. Simultaneously.

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Through Silver In Blood is one of the albums that I come back to when I start to lose faith in the way forward for Post Metal. It grabs me every time and makes me listen to it from start to finish. Which is why I think I must have missed the point with Honor Found In Decay. Both albums are by the same band, but this doesn't grab me as growth. It's been many years since I've looked forward to turning something up to eleven as much as I have this new effort by Neurosis. It's also been many years since something that has filled me with anticipation on this level has disappointed soo much. Mogadon music kind of covers how it left me feeling. I really wanted to love this album. I did. But, it just wasn't there. If you have heard about the seminal Neurosis and want to have a listen, don't start here. If you are someone who has dabbled with the band in the past and are looking to come back to the fold, don't do it with this album. If your a fan and have most or all of their stuff, you have probably already discounted what I have to say as the ravings of a musical plebe, and will buy it anyway. Honor Found In Decay is overrated. There I said it. Approach with caution.
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this is a recent purchase due to the review in The Guardian newspaper. this is a truly heavy album. much more mature than majority of metal, if you are a fan of sludge metal you must own this. if you are a fan of music you should own this. fans of punk should hear echoes of classic bands like Amebix with bits of Rudimentary Peni and Killing Joke and Black Flag added to the mix
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I bought this for my partner so I can't actually say what I think of the music but he is extremely happy with it and that's all that matters!
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Came across this album by just browsing . I think they call it sludge music and that gives an idea how it sounds , slow and growned out but great stuff
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