Posts Tagged ‘Neurosis’

Welcome To Weirdo Canyon: Team Rock’s Incredible Roadburn 2016 Mini-Documentary

Posted on Friday, May 13th, 2016

This year at Roadburn, Phil Wallis was filming for TeamRock and really captured what Roadburn is all about! He did an amazing job and included Lee Dorrian, Neurosis, Paradise Lost, Becky Cloonan and more when interviewing people for this short film.

Watching this was emotional; it brings back happy memories for us, and makes us feel excited about what next year will bring. Perhaps you’ll even spot yourself in the background?

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Roadburn 2016 Comes Full Circle With Neurosis 30th Anniversary Shows: Incredible Fan-Filmed Footage

Posted on Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

Neurosis celebrating their thirtieth anniversary at Roadburn is not just a landmark moment for the band, but also for us. Our history is entwined with that of the band, and it felt like things came full circle at Roadburn 2016. It was an emotional experience; relive it here via this […]

Roadburn Festival 2016: Daily Video Reports

Posted on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Over the course of the festival, Mark208 worked around the clock to film, edit and put up daily videos. His awesome videos have captured the vibe of the festival perfectly. Relive the memories below, and stay on planet Roadburn for just a bit longer.

Noisey / Vice Premiere: Mr.Roadburn, The Full Documentary

Posted on Monday, May 12th, 2014

Noisey / Vice shot a documentary about Roadburn at this year’s festival, called Mr. Roadburn. The doc is not only a portrait of Walter as Roadburn‘s artistic director, it’s also a fitting testament to the festival itself – Jurgen talks about Roadburn‘s origins, it honors the bands, the Roadburn aesthetic, […]

Roadburn Festival 2014 Artist Clinics: Scott Kelly & Mike Scheidt, Friday, April 11th at V39, Tilburg (NL)

Posted on Friday, April 11th, 2014

Following on from the 2013 festival, we’re very pleased to continue our artist clinics at this year’s Roadburn. The clinics proved to be a great opportunity to give those of you attending the festival, many of whom are in bands or enjoy playing music on your own, and some some […]

Album of the Day: Corrections House – Last City Zero

Posted on Thursday, November 7th, 2013

Lovingly pinched from About.com: Heavy Metal: Few words frighten metal fans more than “supergroup” and “experimental.” Supergroups fall flat on their faces quite often, and in general we resist change. Which brings us to Corrections House, a band that combines both terms as an experimental supergroup. Consisting of Mike IX […]

Neurorsis: Quality Live Footage Posted Online

Posted on Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

Incredible footage from Neurosis’ recent live offensives in January has surfaced. View ‘At The Well’ and ‘Locust Star’ from Brooklyn’s Masonic Temple, ‘The Tide’ at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer, as well as incredible multi-camera footage of ‘At The Well’ from the Oakland Metro on New Year’s Eve as captured by Kenneth […]

OM’s Advaitic Songs: Album of 2012 According To Roadburn Readers, Friends and Associates!

Posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

In the beginning of December 2012 we asked you, our beloved Roadburn readers, friends and associates, to list your top 10 Roadburn-worthy albums of 2012. By January 2nd we had received 270 lists. Thanks to everyone who took the time to send us their list! This is how we compiled […]

Neurosis: Fox Theater Concert Footage Available

Posted on Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Fan-filmed video footage of Neurosis‘ November 17th performance at Fox Theater in Oakland, CA (Honor Found In Decay release show)  can be seen below.

Album of the day: Neurosis – Honor Found In Decay

Posted on Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Lovingly pinched from Pitchfork: “Our legacy can only be assured if we continually burn down the past and plant seeds in the ashes,” proclaims Neurosis guitarist-vocalist Steve Von Till in a trailer for the band’s latest album, Honor Found in Decay. It’s got a nice ring to it, but might […]