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Honor Found In Decay

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We All Rage In Gold
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At The Well
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My Heart For Deliverance
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Bleeding The Pigs
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Casting Of The Ages
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All Is Found... In Time
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Raise The Dawn
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Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 60:34

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Jon Wiederhorn

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Jon Wiederhorn is a senior editor at Revolver, a regular freelancer for Guitar World and SPIN and the co-author of the upcoming book "Louder Than Hell: The Unce...more »

11.01.12
Neurosis, Honor Found in Decay
2012 | Label: Neurot / Revolver

Like the band’s last album, 2007′s Given to the Rising, Neurosis’s 10th studio album in 27 years, Honor Found in Decay, is a cinematic, multi-dimensional exploration of texture and emotion that weaves together doom-metal, atmospheric rock, dark psychedelia, tribal metal and proto-industrial. But the experimental post-metal pioneers also delve deep into the apocalyptic folk that frontmen Scott Kelly and Steve Von Till have explored on their recent solo albums. “At the Well” starts with slow,… read more »

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Honor Found In Decay

kb3edk

Kind of odd with so many downloads that this album does not have a review yet, so I might as well chip in. Honor Found In Decay is a most worthy continuation of the Neurosis tradition. I find it just as good as Given to the Rising from five years ago. In fact the crushing emotional impact of the second and third tracks (At The Well/My Heart For Deliverance) are right up there with this band's pinnacle which in my opinion was reached in the late 90s with Through Silver In Blood/Times of Grace. You can relive those amazing moments of 15 years ago through these two A+ quality tracks, and while the rest of the album is a pretty solid B that is still way better than average for the doom metal genre these days.

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