Neurosis are streaming the remastered version of their album “Pain Of Mind” in full. That effort, which was remastered by Bob Weston, will officially be released on May 25.
Neurosis are streaming the remastered version of “Self-Taught Infection” off their upcoming re-release of “Pain Of Mind.” That effort, which was remastered by Bob Weston, will be released on May 25.
Neurosis will be re-releasing their 1987 debut album “Pain Of Mind” on May 25. The effort has been remastered by Bob Weston, and it will feature revised artwork from Josh Graham. Pre-orders can be found HERE, and a stream of the remastered title track can be found below:
Neurosis and Converge have announced a summer tour together. Amenra & Birds In Row will serve as support on select dates.
07/06 Seattle, WA – The Showbox (with Amenra)
07/07 Vancouver, BC – The Commodore Ballroom (with Amenra)
07/08 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater (with Amenra)
07/09 Sacramento, CA – Holy Diver (no Neurosis) (with Amenra)
07/10 Berkeley, CA – The UC Theatre Taube Family (with Amenra)
07/11 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall (with Amenra)
07/12 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre (with Amenra)
07/13 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory (with Amenra)
07/14 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park (with Amenra)
07/16 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren (with Amenra)
07/17 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater (with Birds In Row)
07/18 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre (with Birds In Row)
07/19 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater (with Birds In Row)
07/20 Dallas, TX – Canton Hall (with Birds In Row)
07/21 Austin, TX – Emo’s (with Birds In Row)
Neurosis have announced a June European tour with Deafkids. You can see the dates for that run below.
06/15 Prague, CZE – Meet Factory
06/16 Mannheim, GER – Maifieild Derby
06/17 Bologna, ITA – Zona Roveri (feat. Converge)
06/18 Lausanne, SWI – Les Docks (feat. Wolves In The Throne Room)
06/19 Nijmegen, NET – Doornroosje
06/20 Copenhagen, DEN – Copenhell
06/21 Bochum, GER – Zeche Bochum
06/22 Dessel, BEL – Graspop (no Deafkids)
06/23 Clisson, FRA – Hellfest (no Deafkids)
Neurosis’ Scott Kelly will be heading out on a European tour with John Judkins (Rwake) next year. Fans that attend the tour will have a chance to get a limited edition 7″ EP featuring audio from a show the two played at the White Water Tavern in Little Rock, AR .
01/11 Hamburg, GER – Stubnitz (feat. Peter Wolff)
01/12 Leipzig, GER – UT Connewitz (feat. Peter Wolff)
01/13 Poznan, POL – TBA
01/14 Warsaw, POL – Chmury
01/15 Bratislava, SLO – Klarisky Church
01/16 Linz, AUT- Kapu
01/17 Milan, ITA – Circolo Magnolia
01/18 Rome, ITA – Traffic Club
01/19 Caligari, ITA – Cueva
01/20 Belfort, FRA – Poudriere
01/21 Montepellier, FRA – Black Sheep
01/22 Lyon, FRA – Karspek
01/23 Martigny, SWI – Sunset Bar
01/24 Darmstadt, GER – Knabenschule (feat. Peter Wolff)
01/25 Basel, SWI – Parterre
01/26 Lisbon, POR – Sabotage
01/27 Porto, POR – Understage
01/28 Berlin, GER – Festsaal Kreuzberg
01/29 Vienna, AUT – Arena 3raum
01/30 Budapest, HUN – A38
01/31 Zagreb, CRO – Club Mochvara
02/02 Bern, SWI – Dachstock
02/03 Dortmund, GER – Pauluskirche (feat. Peter Wolff)
02/04 Liden, NET – Gebr de Nobel
Neurosis’ Scott Kelly has opened up about his battle with mental illness, and the results of trying to go off his medication in a recently shared Facebook post. You can read what he had to say below.
“I have struggled with Mental Illness for most of my life. I have spent most of this time hiding it from the people around me at work and in public but my Family has suffered immeasurably from it. I recently made a decision to go off my meds because I thought I didn’t need them anymore, for some reason I thought I was fine.
This resulted in me abandoning my Family for a week while constantly terrorizing my wife with vicious phone calls and text messages. I don’t know why I did it, I don’t know how I could have come to the conclusion that I didn’t need my meds but I’m here to tell you I was wrong. Meds may not be for everyone who suffers but if you’ve got it like I do you’ve got to commit to them and don’t let your mind trick you into thinking that you’re ok.
I’m not ok. I’m far from ok, the damage I have done to my Family can’t be undone and I am so sorry to my Wife and all my children for the years of torment and abuse I have put you through. You guys have somehow stood by me and continued to fight for me and be there when I came back to reality. I’m putting this out there because I’m sick and my Family doesn’t deserve to have to hide my illness from the world anymore. There is no shame in having Mental Illness the shame is from hiding it from the world and forcing your loved ones to hide it for you.
Please, if you are suffering out there don’t be ashamed to get help, don’t be ashamed to take your meds and talk to your therapist. Get in a program and do the work, there is light at the end of the tunnel. I could never say this anymore clearer then this, I love my wife and kids with all my heart, I have hurt them so much over the years and I am so deeply sorry. They are the light at the end of my tunnel and I will do anything to be standing in the light with them.”
[via Metal Injection]