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Through Silver In Blood

Relapse 6938

Released on April 30, 1996


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# Song Name Popularity
1 Through Silver In Blood Voted #1  33%
2 Rehumanize  0%
3 Eye  0%
4 Purify Voted #2  25%
5 Locust Star Voted #3  25%
6 Strength Of Fates  0%
7 Become The Ocean  8%
8 Aeon  8%
9 Enclosure In Flame  0%
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Patrick from Wheeling, IL 
May 24 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ok, I'm not going to lie to you. Neurosis is not the easiest band to listen to. The first time I heard them, I didn't get it all. It takes some time to understand them. Neurosis has a pretty unique sound. They started out as a hardcore band, but those days are long gone. There's a definite metal influence, but these guys are no Slayer clones, either. A lot of the songs are long. On this album, there are 4 songs over 10 minutes long and 1 song that is just under 10 minutes. A lot of fans point to this as their best record ("Souls At Zero" gets my vote) and this was their first for Relapse since leaving Alternative Tentacles (those albums have since been reissued on the bands own label). Here, like the previous two A.T. releases ("Souls At Zero" and "Enemy Of The Sun"), Neurosis continues to perfect their formula of long, slow-building songs with heavy guitars, tribal drumming, and tortured vocals. There is no "pop" to these guys what so ever. Like a said before, its not the easiest stuff to just jump it into, but once it clicks, the rewards pay off.

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