NEUROSIS: 'Given To The Rising' Listening Party To Be Held In NYC Tonight
A listening party for the new album from long-running Oakland, California-based industrial/alternative/metal pioneers NEUROSIS, entitled "Given to the Rising", will be held tonight (Monday, June 4) at Mama's Bar (corner of Avenue B/3rd Street) in New York City beginning at 9:00 p.m. Copies of the CD, which will be officially issued tomorrow (June 5), will be available for purchase beginning at midnight along with some limited "goodies" attached to the release.
As previously reported, a mini-documentary for "Given to the Rising" has been posted at YouTube (documentary shot by NEUROSIS and Kenneth Thomas). 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. Check out the cover artwork at this location.
"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)
Download the track "Water Is Not Enough" at this location.
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