Posted in metal | music | tour dates on August 12, 2010

by BBG

Scott Kelly of Neurosis (more here)
Scott Kelly of Neurosis

Every spring, every metalhead asks every other metalhead the same question:

"Are you going to Maryland Deathfest?"

For some, the answer to that question is about to get a little bit easier. Neurosis will headline one night of the 2011 festival alongside a killer, and previously announced lineup of Cripple Bastards, the recently reunited Exhumed, Exhorder, Hooded Menace, Machetazo, Impaled Nazarene, and many more. The show is one of only two confirmed Neurosis dates currently scheduled, with the second being the previously discussed Godspeed You Black Emperor-curated ATP show in Minehead.

Nightbringer is also confirmed to play MDF 2011, and the Colorado band (who recently dropped a four-way split and Apocalypse Sun on Ajna) is also scheduled to appear at Dingbatz in Clifton, NJ on September 4th alongside Profanatica, Krieg, and Wehwalt.

Neurosis are releasing two albums on August 30th in celebration of the band's 25th anniversary: Live At Roadburn 2007 and a reissued and redesigned Enemy Of The Sun with new artwork by Josh Graham (whose band A Storm of Light is opening one of the TWO Sleep shows happening at Masonic Temple in Brooklyn). Neurosis drummer Jason Roeder is also part of Sleep's new live lineup.

MDF 2011 takes place from May 27th to the 30th at Sonar in Baltimore. Full MDF lineup, Neurosis live album art and tracklist, updated Sleep tour dates, and some video below....

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Neurosis - "To the Wind" at Scion Rock Fest 2009

Neurosis - "Water is Not Enough" at Scion Rock Fest 2009

Nightbringer at SOTNC 8 in San Antonio 11/3/07

Impaled Nazarene - "Armageddon Death Squad"

Exhorder - Death in Vain - Rock Hard 2010

MACHETAZO live at OEF 2009

Hooded Menace - The Eyeless Horde

Neurosis

Neurosis: Live At Roadburn 2007 Track List:
1. Given to the Rising
2. Burn
3. A Season in the Sky
4. At the End of the Road
5. Crawl Back In
6. Distill
7. Water Is Not Enough
8. Left to Wander
9. The Doorway
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SLEEP: Marijuanaut's Return US Tour 2010
9/03/2010 All Tomorrow's Parties - Monticello, NY
9/04/2010 FYE Fest - Los Angeles, CA
9/05/2010 Gothic Theatre - Englewood, CO
9/06/2010 Brooklyn Masonic Temple - New York, NY w/ Doomriders, Unearthly Trance
9/07/2010 Starlight Ballroom - Philadelphia, PA w/ A Storm Of Light
9/08/2010 Brooklyn Masonic Temple - New York, NY w/ A Storm Of Light, Lichens
9/09/2010 Logan Square Auditorium - Chicago, IL w/ Lichens
9/10/2010 Mohawk - Austin, TX w/ Sub Oslo w/ Sub Oslo
9/11/2010 Roseland Theater/Music Fest NW - Portland, OR w/ Scott Kelly, YOB
9/12/2010 Regency Ballroom - San Francisco, CA w/ Thrones
9/13/2010 Regency Ballroom - San Francisco, CA

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MDF 2011 Lineup:
AVULSED (Spain)
BLOOD FREAK
CIANIDE
CREATIVE WASTE (Saudi Arabia)
CRETIN
CRIPPLE BASTARDS (Italy)
DEFEATED SANITY (Germany)
DEVOURMENT
EXHORDER
EXHUMED
HOODED MENACE (Finland)
IMPALED NAZARENE (Finland)
THE KILL (Australia)
LAST DAYS OF HUMANITY (Netherlands)
MACHETAZO (Spain)
MALIGNANT TUMOUR (Czech Republic)
NEUROSIS
NIGHTBRINGER
NOKTURNEL
REPUGNANT (Sweden)
WORMED (Spain)

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Comments (16)

Stopped listening to Neurosis after Souls At Zero. Have I missed anything?
Kinda boycotted this band after they refused to play any of their old stuff.

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 9:52 AM

You missed some of their best records.

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 9:59 AM

@9:59 couldn't agree more

Posted by Jon | August 12, 2010 10:48 AM

Maryland Deathfest is the best summercamp ever!

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 10:57 AM

Don't sleep out on Cianide! They've been bringing their doom-death out of the filthy streets of Chicago for more than 20 years! Bands like Coffins and Hooded Menace wouldn't be around if Cianide weren't around! Descent Into Hell and Death, Doom, Destruction are some of the heaviest doom-death albums ever!

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 11:00 AM

Very mellow band.

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 12:06 PM

9:52- I agree, as soon as any band records anything beyond side A of their demo tape they're has beens.

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 1:22 PM

Who cares about Neurosis?

WORMED!!!!!!

Posted by jd | August 12, 2010 3:07 PM

Dear Neurosis:
Please come to NYC. We're not all like the fool who missed out on Through Silver in Blood et al.

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 4:58 PM

My Beard will be in attendance when Neurosis return home to the Bay!

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 5:53 PM

Mehrosis

Posted by Anonymous | August 12, 2010 6:04 PM

Yeah, out of curiosity, what is your show 11:47? I want to be sure neither me nor any of my friends ever set foot in your opportunistic whatever show because clearly you don't champion your colleagues

Posted by ملوك | September 6, 2010 2:47 AM

Yeah, out of curiosity, what is your show 11:47? I want to be sure neither me nor any of my friends ever set foot in your opportunistic whatever show because clearly you don't champion your colleagues

Posted by غرائب | September 6, 2010 2:49 AM

Yeah, out of curiosity, what is your show 11:47? I want to be sure neither me nor any of my friends ever set foot in your opportunistic whatever show because clearly you don't champion your colleagues

Posted by ملوك | November 1, 2010 3:41 PM

Yeah, out of curiosity, what is your show 11:47? I want to be sure neither me nor any of my friends ever set foot in your opportunistic whatever show because clearly you don't champion your colleagues

Posted by ملوك | November 1, 2010 3:42 PM

9:52- I agree, as soon as any band records anything beyond side A of their demo tape they're has beens.

Posted by سعودي كول | December 2, 2010 12:27 PM

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