NEUROSIS: New Album Track Listing, Release Date Revealed
Long-running Oakland, California-based industrial/alternative/metal pioneers NEUROSIS will release their new album, "Given to the Rising", on May 8 via Neurot Recordings. The band began recording the effort in December at Electrical Audio studio in Chicago with producer Steve Albini. "[We are] forging some strange, noisy psychedelic territory that is pretty disturbing," guitarist and singer Steve Von Till told MTV.com at the time. An advance MP3 from the CD will be made available on March 8.
"Given to the Rising" track listing:
01. Given To The Rising
02. Fear & Sickness
03. To The Wind
04. At The End Of The Road
06. Hidden Faces
07. Water Is Not Enough
08. Distil (Watching The Swarm)
NEUROSIS has been confirmed for Hovefestivalen, a brand new five-day festival set to take place June 25-29 on the island of Tromøy, just outside the city of Arendal, in Norway. Also scheduled to appear are SLAYER, MASTODON and HATEBREED, among others. NEUROSIS will also perform at Hellfest, which will be held June 22-24 in Clisson, France.
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