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A Sun That Never Sets

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Released  7 August 2001
Artist  Neurosis
Producer  Steve Albini
Length  68:20
Release date  7 August 2001
Label  Relapse Records
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A Sun that Never Sets (2001)  Neurosis And Jarboe (2003)
Genres  Sludge metal, Post-metal, Folk metal
Similar  The Eye of Every Storm, Times of Grace, Through Silver in Blood, Given to the Rising, Souls at Zero

Neurosis a sun that never sets


A Sun That Never Sets is the seventh studio album from the Californian band Neurosis. With this album Neurosis further distances themselves from their punk influenced roots and delve further into experimentalism but also still having sludge metal influences. The album sees Neurosis incorporate folk into their sound creating yet another unique sounding album. The album was awarded #18 on Decibel Magazine's top 100 metal albums of the decade. The band later released a DVD of a full-length film to which the album accompanies.

Contents

Neurosis a sun that never sets


Performance

  • Dave Edwardson – bass, backing vocals
  • Kris Force – violin, viola
  • Scott Kelly – guitar, vocals
  • Noah Landis – keyboards, sampling, sound manipulation
  • Jason Roeder – drums
  • Steve Von Till – guitar, vocals
  • Production

  • Chris Manfrin – assistant engineer
  • Greg Norman – assistant engineer
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Steve Albini – engineer, producer
  • Songs

    1Erode1:50
    2The Tide8:48
    3From the Hill9:26

    References

    A Sun That Never Sets Wikipedia


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