Fucking sludge! One of the most powerful, crushing, dooming albums I’ve heard this year is the new release by Amenra, Mass V. This album will be released on the 27th via Neurot Records and if you have slept on any of the news I’ve been bringing you about the band, get on your game, weirdos. Although it is only four tracks long, this album is a bludgeoning force to be reckoned with. If you are curious about the outcome of this beast, head your happy ass on over to CVLT Nation and get your sludge on. Enjoy a taste of Amenra below and then head over and get bent. Continue reading »
I fucking love Amenra‘s new album Mass V, but this video for “Nowena l 9.10″ give me the willies. I mean, it’s just creepy stop motion, claymation, whatever and it’s…. Well, it’s fucking creepy. I’m not 100% sure I understand the video, but it’s definitely interesting. A little fun fact about the song is that it features guest vocals by the one, the only Scott Kelly (of Neurosis fame). The track is amazing, the video might weird you out. You can see the video for “Nowena l 9.10″ after the jump and be sure to grab Amenra‘s Mass V on November 27th via Neurot Records. Continue reading »
Scott Kelly (Neurosis) was recently joined on stage during his stop at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY by John Baizley of Baroness. The two performed an acoustic set together and footage of that can be viewed below. Check it out.
Earlier this month, Scott Kelly (Neurosis) played at The Empty Bottle in Chicago. At one point during the show he was joined on stage by Bruce Lamont (Yakuza) for a cover of Neil Young’s “Cortez The Killer”. Check out the footage and listen to the original below.
Scott Kelly (Neurosis) has announced quite a few tour dates for the Winter season. He is currently on a Western US tour with Jay Munley and Bob Wayne. There are a few dates left so try and get out there:
Neurosis frontman Scott Kelly plans to record a new solo album in December! I am a big fan of Scott Kelly’s (and Steve Von Till’s) solo folk music and I am pretty excited about this. If you have never heard his solo work before, I took the liberty of posting a few songs below.