Tag: Neurot

Hawkwind Triad: Harvestman, US Christmas, Minsk – Hawkwind Triad Review

originally written by Jim Brandon Cover albums usually rank about as high as Carnie Wilson’s stomach staples on my interest meter, but even I was intrigued when I learned Steve Von Till’s Harvestman, North Carolina’s

Shrinebuilder – Shrinebuilder Review

To be perfectly honest, I’ve always liked the idea of supergroups better than the real deal. It’s certainly something that’s fun to speculate about with friends, but more often than not, expectations seem to outweigh

A Storm Of Light – And We Wept The Black Ocean Within Review

originally written by Thomas Creager A Storm of Light is a post-metal/doom outfit, a genre I am innovatively labeling “post-doom”. I know, I’ve blazed a few trails in my day. Anyway, as you could probably

U.S. Christmas – Eat The Low Dogs Review

Originally written by Brady Humbert. U.S. Christmas hails from Marion, North Carolina and are on Neurot Recordings, even though their retro sound would make them sound more like a band suitable for Meteor City. There is nothing

Scott Kelly – The Wake Review

Originally written by Brady Humbert. As I mentioned in the Steve Von Till review, Neurosis are my favorite band. This was determined after careful consideration and ongoing inner arguments with myself. I’ve chosen carefully. I will also mention I’m interested in

Steve Von Till – A Grave Is A Grim Horse Review

Originally written by Brady Humbert. I came to the conclusion in late 2008 that Neurosis were/are the most monumental and powerful band I’ve listened to in my time as a music patron.  They completely changed how I listened

Red Sparowes – At The Soundless Dawn Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas With members of Isis, Halifax Pier and Neurosis and residing on Neurot Recordings you should have some idea as to what Red Sparowes sounds like; a sprawling instrumental soundscape similar in scope to Pelican but without the crushing