Review: Neurosis

Neurosis "“The Eye Of Every Storm”" (Neurot/Relapse) There is no other way to describe Neurosis and their music other than a “complete mindfuck”. If you’ve enjoyed a Neurosis record than you too have...

Review: Tarantula Hawk

Tarantula Hawk "Self-Titled" (Neurot) An absolutely stunning second full length by San Diego's Gods of death-prog: Tarantula Hawk.  Like a cross between Black Sabbath, King Crimson and the Locust.  An...

Review: The Lotus Eaters

The Lotus Eaters "Mind Control for Infants" (Neurot) Creepy ambient chill out music.  Spare strums of minor chords on a guitar, faint bits of burbling electronics, random strings seemingly scratched by...

Review: Steve Von Till

Steve Von Till "If I Should Fall to the Field" (Neurot) This is the second solo CD of Neurosis frontman Steve Von Till.  Clearly he's easily established himself as the West Coast Michael Gira from his...

Review: Bee and Flower

Bee and Flower "What's Mine is Yours" (Neurot) The solo project of Dana Schector, contributor to Michael Gira's Angels of Light project.  This is surprisingly accessible country-tinged, singer-songwriter...