Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013 at 5:48 pm|
Photos: Neurosis returned to Brooklyn Masonic Temple
Oakland, California post-metal pioneers Neurosis returned to New York City over the weekend to perform at Brooklyn Masonic Temple in Fort Greene, the same venue they played almost five years ago with the mighty Mastodon. This time around, the sold out January 19 concert featured support from James Plotkin and Tim Wyskida (Khanate, Jodis, Scorn, OLD, Klyst, Blind Idiot God), who teamed up for a rare set consisting of music described as “heavily modified, extreme guitar deconstruction over impossible drumming,” by the concert producers, The Blackened Music Series. Carlos Giffoni, curator of No Fun Fest, kicked off the night with his almost hour long analog synth noise assault. Our photographic coverage of the 1/19 show in NYC can be seen below.
In case you were not aware, on October 30, 2012, Neurosis unleashed their tenth studio album, Honor Found in Decay, upon North American ears. The deluxe 2xLP vinyl edition of Honor Found in Decay will be released on February 5th in the U.S. – you can pre-order you copy via Neurot and Relapse now.
Neurosis have a few more appearances scheduled for 2013, check out the full itinerary HERE.
James Plotkin & Tim Wyskida:
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