Neurosis

A Storm of Light Build a Constructive Apocalypse
For their second studio album, 'Forgive Us Our Trespasses,' Brooklyn, N.Y. post-metal band A Storm of Light concocted a conceptual thread that would match the intensity of the doomy riffs and turbulent atmospherics. "The whole idea is based on the theory that the planet is a consc…
Shrinebuilder Play First New York Show
While Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Wino (Saint Vitus), Al Cisneros (Om, Sleep) and Dale Crover (Melvins) were combining their masterful minds below Bleeker Street, a line that included women in tall glittery boots, fishnets and bust-breaking corsets and men dressed just as club-ready was developing outsi…
A Storm of Light Frontman Inspired by Classic Film
If you've been lucky enough to see Neurosis live, you've probably marveled at the mesmeric images that are projected during the band's droning, apocalyptic music. The artist and editor behind the film is Joshua Graham, who also designed the live visual show for Mastodon's tour in…
Om Doom Philadelphia’s Eardrums

"Damn it, we missed Lichens," this writer grumbled to her companions as we finally got to Johnny Brenda's, one of Fishtown's nicer venues and home to more hipsters than you can shake an ironically-angled stick at. The bar downstairs hummed contentedly as the regulars settled in to while th…
Cave In, Coalesce in Atlanta — Exclusive Photos
"Five minutes," A man yells from stage to the crowd filling the bar and halls of Atlanta's Masquerade on Oct. 7. Earlier in the year, this same venue hosted the Scion Rock Fest, which boasted one of those sludgiest and numbingly unforgiving metal festivals to ever happen in th…

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