NEUROSIS: Classic Albums To Be Reissued On Deluxe Vinyl

NEUROSIS' two landmark records, "Souls At Zero" (originally released in 1992) and "Enemy Of The Sun" (originally released in 1993), will be made available on LP for the first time in nearly two decades and for the first time ever in their full form on vinyl, on February 14, 2012 via Relapse Records. Both albums have been fully remastered and presented with newly expanded artwork.

The initial pressing for "Souls At Zero" will be 1,000 180-gram black 2XLPs and 1,000 180-gram grey marble 2XLPs and the initial pressing of "Enemy Of The Sun" will be 1,000 180-gram black 2XLPs and 1,000 180-gram red/black marble 2XLPs. Each album comes packaged in a deluxe gatefold tip-on style jacket with a custom finish and two printed inner sleeves.

Pre-orders for both records, including an exclusive line of NEUROSIS merch, are available now at this location.

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