Neurosis - _Through Silver in Blood_
(Relapse/Release, 1996)
by: Gino Filicetti (6 out of 10)
This album marks Neurosis' fourth venture into the world of recorded sound. This ten year old Oakland band has seen many changes since their first album _Pain of Mind_ which was for the most part just another furious hardcore album. Nowadays the band has evolved into a form which is beyond the scope of any single genre. This album has been touted as the ultimate musical experience of our age. Umm ... I don't think so. Although not a TERRIBLE album, I didn't find enough hooks or interesting parts on this disc to keep me from falling asleep. The vocals here are still very much the typical hardcore yellings, but with an industrial-edged distortion added to them, perhaps in an effort to hide what they really are. Two songs in particular that I thought dragged on forever were, "Purify" and "Strength of Fates" as well as the 11+ minute opener, "Through Silver in Blood". Try them out if industrial/hardcore is your thing. If not, don't blink twice at this CD.

(article published 18/4/1996)

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