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Through Silver in Blood Import

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Japanese Version featuring a Bonus Track: "Sustenance".

1. Through Silver In Blood
2. Rehumanize
3. Eye
4. Purify
5. Locust Star
6. Strength Of Fates
7. Become The Ocean
8. Aeon
9. Enclosure In Flame
10. Sustenance (Tribes Of Neu

Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 3, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Howling Bull Japan
  • ASIN: B00004U2R1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,480,215 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By James Cox on April 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Well I can't even begin to describe how amazing this album is. But first of all, it should be noted that this is not music for people who just LISTEN to music. That's right, this is music you EXPERIENCE, or just get lost into. Neurosis aren't concerned with showing you complex and technical musicianship. They are talented on a whole other level. They have an uncanny ability to create a desolate, creepy, and trance-inducing atmosphere among the monsterous riffs and ambient uses of sound. The three vocalists are some of my favorite vocalists around in metal. Two of them use an eerie tortured yell that sounds very powerful. The third has a deep grunt that contrasts the somewhat higher vocals of the other two. The way they use the three vocalists is brilliant.
The album also has a certain flow like no other. Without a track indicator (like on your cd player), or if you aren't paying careful attention, it is very easy to get lost in the midst of this cd. You might not be able to tell what song or track you are on. This is a brilliant technique that is accomplished by making the tracks flow and merge into each other with soft interlude-like sounds and intros. And the 2 interlude tracks add to this technique and the atmosphere very effectively.
I love all of the tracks on this cd. But I would like to make a special note of the final 3 (or 4 if you count the interlude track). "Strength of Fates" is probably my favorite song on the album.... words cannot describe how eerie this track is. It starts out with nothing but haunting and cryptic sound samples that pass right by you very quickly to start a very unsettling atmosphere. A piano is added as well as some soft singing in the distance. The song builds and builds, and unleashes with a frightening amount of fury for the finale.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By FormerZygote on July 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Restrained, Heavy, Chugging, Tortureing, "Tribal Metal"... Beautiful
Neurosis are a band that care so much for what they say with thier words and with the visualy and audiotistically profound stage they present with their music. Any fan of them will forever be a fan. This band is filled with a respect for mother nature and human life that few bands will ever embrace.
Neurosis sound like a restrained freight train of mind opening brilliance. And when that train hits you you are derailed from the frustration of the closed minds that harbor conciousness, you can remember yourself long enough to admire your own endeavors. This album is thier greatest album amongst the other awesome albums they make.
If you like this album try others by Neurosis namely: "Enemy of the Sun" and "Souls At Zero"
Neurosis are definitive of musical taste and integrity. And they are not for people who like their music soft!
Also try "Isis", another band of real character influenced by Neurosis.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Private Quentin Tarantino Fan on August 8, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Sludge Metal, heck yeah! Neurosis is a big influence on bands such as Isis and Mastodon, and you can hear it. But what makes Neurosis different from those bands? A ______load. While Mastodon (don't know much about Isis) is good, Neurosis is a lot more original and refreshing sounding to these ears, especially because this record's sound is pretty shiny to these ears (this stuff so far? I like it!), having not much experience with slower metal (and there is a ton of genres out there that are slower, I know).

Through Silver in Blood is CRUSHING. Huge, sludgy riffs, deep brooding bass, tribal drumming. The dynamics and vocal really do it as well. Songs start out slow, build up with plenty of time to breath, and EXPLODE with riffs, shouts, screams, and surging bass lines. Whether or not Through Silver in Blood is the most crushing album ever is an opinion of choice, but even if it isn't the most crushing album, it won't save the fact it's crushing in general.

And there is no denying that there is at atmosphere. Yes, morons won't be able to see it, but it is. Apocalyptic, Tribal, Mayan civilization doing things, lot's of cool stuff done easily by this music. When listening to the first track, the atmosphere that conjures up the end of the world in the jungle in the moonlight, fire in the sky, easily done. Enclosure in Flames easily lives up to the title. The two tracks pack quite a punch in their five minute run. Strength of Fates is soft for most of it, then explodes like a bomb. The two interludes are great as well, and are worthy as any of the track on here.

And keeping up with the music are the lyrics.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Carl J. Pitlick on December 19, 2005
Format: Audio CD
i must say, Neurosis is one of the most original and unique bands i've heard in a long time. i hated them the first time i heard them. just sounded like a bunch of artsy-fartsy noise with some fuzzed guitar and tribal drumming. but then i got hooked on a few songs of theirs, bought this and then BAM... i finally realized how incredible they are. i don't quite understand why so many people label them "hardcore." i can't say i enjoy ANY hardcore band, yet Neurosis is incredible. to be honest, Neurosis is one onf those bands that you can almost classify, but then they suprise you with something that breaches any limitation you can put on them. they are as close to hardcore as they are euro-pop. many will never really get this band, and i see why. they are a little strange, they do require some patience. however, for those who openly endure those first few listens, the rewards of Neurosis are endless.
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