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Detroit warmly welcomes Neurosis with packed house at Saint Andrews Hall

Neurosis

By Haintso Rakouth, Rock At Night Detroit Correspondent

Venue: St. Andrews, Detroit-July 29, 2017

I’ve been wanting to see Neurosis live a few years ago after I was introduced to them by one of my friends. After seeing they were going to be on tour with metalcore band Converge, I decided to go to the show. When I arrived the main floor was fully packed to the door– and I wasn’t surprised. Neurosis and Converge are both fave bands to the underground metal scene–and Detroit loved them!

Neurosis has been around for more than 30 years. Neurosis started off as a hardcore punk band in the late 80’s and then transitioned into the post-metal and sludge metal scene in the 90’s.

Neurosis opened their set with “Lost” from their album Enemy of the Sun. Other songs performed I especially enjoyed were “The Doorway” from my favorite Neurosis’ album Times of Grace. Neurosis also played from their latest album Fires Within Fires the following: “Bending Light, “A Shadow Memory”, “Fire Is The End Lesson” and “Broken Ground”.

Neurosis is on tour with Converge and Amenra through August 7th, 2017

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Neurosis, Converge + Amenra 2017 North American Tour Dates:

07/28 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall

07/29 – Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall

07/30 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theatre

8/01 – Montreal, Quebec @ Metropolis

8/02 – Toronto, Quebec @ Danforth Music Hall

8/03 – New Haven, Conn. @ College St. Music Hall

8/04 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Warsaw

8/06 – Boston, Mass. @Royale

8/07 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer

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Neurosis “Fires Within Fires Album Video”

 

Neurosis, Converge and Amenra Tour Trailer

 

Haintso Rakouth

Haintso Rakouth

Detroit Correspondent

I grew loving music since I was a baby and fell in love with concert photography when I moved for college. I didn't take it seriously till I attended my first West Coast music festival.I enjoy being able to do two things together--listening to music and taking photos of some of my favorite musicians. I enjoy a variety of music, but I love shooting metal shows the most. Favorite band of all time?Either Black Sabbath or A Tribe Called Quest
Haintso Rakouth
About Haintso Rakouth (12 Articles)
<p>Detroit Correspondent</p> <p>I grew loving music since I was a baby and fell in love with concert photography when I moved for college. I didn’t take it seriously till I attended my first West Coast music festival. I enjoy being able to do two things together–listening to music and taking photos of some of my favorite musicians. I enjoy a variety of music, but I love shooting metal shows the most. Favorite band of all time? Either Black Sabbath or A Tribe Called Quest</p>

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