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Souls At Zero (1992)

Artist: Neurosis
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Format: CD
Sku: 60321346
UPC: 658457100325
UPC 14: 00658457100325
Release Date: 8/3/1999
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. To Crawl Under One_s Skin ~ Neurosis
2. Souls At Zero ~ Neurosis
3. Zero ~ Neurosis
4. Flight ~ Neurosis
5. Web, The ~ Neurosis
6. Sterile Vision ~ Neurosis
7. Chronology For Survival, A ~ Neurosis
8. Stripped ~ Neurosis
9. Takeahnase ~ Neurosis
10. Empty ~ Neurosis
11. Souls [Demo Version] - (demo version, bonus track) ~ Neurosis
12. Zero [Demo Version] - (demo version, bonus track) ~ Neurosis
13. Cleanse III [Live in London] - (live, bonus track) ~ Neurosis
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Neurosis: Scott Kelly, Steve Von Till (vocals, guitar); Dave Edwardson (vocals, bass); Simon McIlroy (keyboards, samples, tapes); Jason Roeder (drums).
Muze PNote Additional personnel: Kris Force (violin, viola); Walter P. Sunday (cello); Sarah Augros (flute); Siovhan King (trumpet).
Muze PNote Recorded at Starlight Sound, Richmond, California between February and March 1992.
Muze PNote Personnel: Scott Kelly, Steve Von Till (vocals, guitar); Dave Edwardson (vocals); Kris Force (violin, viola); Simon McIlroy (keyboards, sampler, tapes); Jason Roeder (drums).
Muze PNote Audio Mixer: Neurosis.
Muze PNote Recording information: Starlight Sound, Richmond, CA (03/1992).
Muze PNote Neurosis's 1991 art-thrash classic, SOULS AT ZERO, was a strange bird even at the time of release. Leaving behind their more conventional punk roots, the band began incorporating samples and electronic textures, as well as a marked tribal folk influence, with their still-monstrous rock. While a legion of atmospheric metal groups including Tool, Isis, and Pelican have since traveled the road Neurosis paved here, it was a virtual wilderness at the time.
Muze PNote Hypnotic and menacing songs like "A Chronology for Survival" build a sense of theatrical dread with repeated spidery guitar lines and cold washes of synths, while "Sterile Vision" and "Stripped" flirt with medieval acoustic folk. The injection of space and silence into what had previously been a more standard hard-rock sound changed Neurosis irrevocably, but that's not to say they didn't leave any room for pounding, industrial-charged heaviness. In fact, the tribal-inflected rhythms on SOULS AT ZERO may well be its defining trait, as the bursts of power hit that much harder when they come less frequently. Mysterious, mesmerizing, and eerie, SOULS AT ZERO is metal for modern druids.

Producer: Neurosis

Engineer: Bill Thompson; Malcom Sherwood; Bart Thurber

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 07/27/1999
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1992
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : NR 003
Music Label Name Label : Neurotic
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00658457100325

Professional Reviews

Reflex (11/10/92, p.73)
- "..The sound on SOULS is so mammoth, it's difficult to believe the band only consists of five guys...Neurosis seem able and willing to challenge the boundaries of the recording studio and their own minds.."

Record Collector (magazine)
(p.92)
- 3 stars out of 5 -- "By stretching their songs out towards the 10-minute mark Neurosis gave themselves room to breathe and to incorporate complex, atmospheric arrangements."

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