Posted in MP3 | metal | music | tour dates on December 13, 2007

DOWNLOAD: Neurosis - Water Is Not Enough (MP3)

by Black Bubblegum (a BV metal correspondent)

NeurosisClear your schedules, and line up an appointment with a masseuse on Jan 26th. Your neck is gonna be hurtin'.

Neurosis is back! The kings of underground heavy-tribal-space-crust-doom will return to NYC with a pair of shows at the 100-year-old Brooklyn Masonic Temple on January 24th & 25th. Tickets are already on sale.....

San Fran's finest will be supported by Neurot Recordings labelmates US Christmas & A Storm Of Light, and according to Metalsucks.net (who found the info @ crustcake), an unnamed "more famous" metal band from Atlanta who they declare to be none other than Mastodon!

Mastodon (along with Isis, Baroness, Converge, High On Fire, and many many many others) count Neurosis as one of the most important bands to the formation of their sound. Troy Sanders (bass) has said that Neurosis's "Times Of Grace" is the most influential album to the Mastodon sound. Their only other show is New Years Eve in San Francisco @ Great American Music Hall w/ Earth (paid admission guarantees a limited ed show only Tribes of Neurot / Earth 7")

"In other Neurosis-related news, guitarist Scott Kelly is working on a doom side project called Shrinebuilder with Al Cisneros and Chris Hakius of Om and the legendary Wino (The Obsessed, The Hidden Hand)." Neurosis videos below...

Neurosis "Locust Star" live

Neurosis - Given To The Rising

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Comments (13)

There is not a more perfect band to play at a Masonic Temple than Neurosis...

Posted by Anonymous | December 13, 2007 12:11 PM

This got posted on SMNnews.com earlier in the week. And I'm still coming from the news.

This should make up for Obituary being $30.

Let me get my tickets before the Jonny-Come-Lately hipsters catch a whiff of their critical acclaim.

Posted by Chris | December 13, 2007 12:56 PM

well chris, since Vice is promoting on the show you're hopes may be dashed.

Posted by mat | December 13, 2007 1:35 PM

Oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy

\m/

Posted by WhineyPTW | December 13, 2007 2:02 PM

anyone been to the masonic temple? what's the venue like inside?

Posted by Anonymous | December 13, 2007 2:15 PM

Haha, true. I ticketmastered the event and saw "Vice Presents". Meh. Relapse IS that sort of label.

I can't wait for Vice Presents:Deathspell Omega.

LOL.

Posted by Chris | December 13, 2007 3:09 PM

Haha, true. I ticketmastered the event and saw "Vice Presents". Meh. Relapse IS that sort of label.

I can't wait for Vice Presents:Deathspell Omega.

LOL.

Posted by Chris | December 13, 2007 3:14 PM

One of the greatest metal bands in existence!! Playing just a few blocks from my new apt...oh hell yeah!

Posted by dead | December 13, 2007 4:04 PM

I can't wait for neurosis to come to town. Fuck yeah!!!

Posted by Anonymous | December 13, 2007 4:48 PM

This is fucking great. Neurosis coming only 3 blocks from my apartment. Can't be any better!

Posted by Anonymous | December 13, 2007 5:43 PM

Hellz yeah Bitchz-
Neurosis is cummin'!!!
Only 229.32 milez from my new hipper than hippster apartment!
Do you still live in Brooklyn? Really!
I thought you guys were cool!

Posted by anonymous | December 20, 2007 6:25 AM

Scott Kelly will also be playinga solo set in NYC that Saturday (1/26) with Jarboe and others. Here's the info:
SATURDAY JANUARY 26, 2008

UNSOUND

presents

THE ART OF SELDON HUNT
www.seldonhunt.com
featuring performances by

UNEARTHLY TRANCE
www.myspace.com/utny

SCOTT KELLY (NEUROSIS)
www.myspace.com/bloodtime

JARBOE versus love is nothing.
www.thelivingjarboe.com

JAMES PLOTKIN
www.plotkinworks.com

STEVE MOORE (ZOMBI)
www.myspace.com/stevemoore2600

INSWARM
www.myspace.com/inswarm

$15 to get in. 21+ over to enter.

THE PUSSYCAT LOUNGE
96 GREENWICH STREET • NYC
www.myspace.com/pussycatloungenyc

Posted by Jeff | December 31, 2007 6:39 PM

Does anyone know if Neurosis will be playing two different sets? or just the same set for both nights.

Posted by Khufu | January 10, 2008 9:31 AM

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