Neurosis Through Silver in Blood
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Wizard
June 11th 2009



19308 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

rulez because rasputin says so.

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Wizard
August 4th 2009



19308 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

They have better albums.

Wizard
August 4th 2009



19308 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Have you listened to everything else they've done?

Wizard
August 4th 2009



19308 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

All of their albums rule hard.

StonedCaveman666
August 4th 2009



21 Comments


I agree^^
Scott Kelly=man

ManRunsOverBus
September 3rd 2009



45 Comments


Excellent review.I have listened to this album in a long time but now I really want to hear it again.

Mordecai.
September 3rd 2009



8276 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

but.... you love techno?

Streetvulture
September 3rd 2009



361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

have these guys released anything bad?

Mordecai.
September 3rd 2009



8276 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I dunno, Neurosis and Jarboe wasn't very cool.

Streetvulture
September 3rd 2009



361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

haven't heard of that, but then i'm relatively new to these guys. they kill isis though

Mordecai.
September 3rd 2009



8276 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

awww, i don't think they kill them. They just did the post metal thing first, and better. But only just.

Streetvulture
September 3rd 2009



361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I dunno, I find them to be less boring on a whole. Maybe it's to do with the fact that they did it first?

Mordecai.
September 3rd 2009



8276 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I find that mood helps with Isis. If you approach one of their albums in the right mood, you will be utterly engrossed by every note. If you do not possess the required mood, it can get boring quick.

Streetvulture
September 3rd 2009



361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Mm that's usually true. I will sometimes find myself forgetting what song I'm listening to with Isis, the tracks will start to run together. In Fiction is the only Isis song I'm always in the mood for actually.
Neurosis manages to keep me "alert" so to speak when listening. if that makes sense

Mordecai.
September 3rd 2009



8276 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yeah it does, and that's because Isis and Neurosis are stylistically different. Neurosis tend to incorporate more sludge and metal moments, where as Isis adopt a more "post rock" sound and structure, giving them the "boring" attribute.

Streetvulture
September 3rd 2009



361 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yeah well neurosis started as a sludge band right?
also i think their rhythms are much more engaging than those of Isis. I think it's to do with their different styles.
I don't know whether Isis' "post-rock" style is the reason I find them less interesting, I think it's because they fall into the trap that many post rock bands tend to fall into, which is the loss of innovation or progression within their music.

Mordecai.
September 3rd 2009



8276 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yep, they havn't really changed their style much since Oceanic. All their releases have been consistently good, but Oceanic was their only groundbreaking album. They need to start pushing boundaries if they want to stay relevant in the genre, and this is from an Isis fan boy.

Laceye
September 7th 2009



64 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I could never get into this band.

Wizard
September 7th 2009



19308 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Your avatar is simply the best^^^^. Have you tried any of their newer albums?

jakethemetalguy
September 16th 2009



8 Comments


This album is awesome! When I first heard the first track, and the singer bellowed out, "through silver in blood," I was in love with this band. Anyone even attempting to find the beautiful side of metal should check these guys out. Especially this album!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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