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Neurosis, Tragedy, the Body, Atriarch

MATTHEW SINGER
8 pm, Saturday November 23 | $25 advance, $30 day of show
Roseland Theater
8 NW 6th Ave.
 

[LEGION OF DOOM ] Oakland\'s Neurosis has been portending the apocalypse since about 1985. It hasn\'t happened yet, but with each new, massive record, the world inches closer to destruction. The latest, 2012\'s Steve Albini-produced Honor Found in Decay, is another monolithic slab of densely arranged industrialized metal. The peaks are bigger and the valleys wider than ever before, a topography carved from quaking guitars, thundering percussion and moments of unsettling quietude. 



Where: Roseland Theater
Phone: 224-2038
Address: 8 NW 6th Ave.
Website: www.doubletee.com/rose_schedule.shtml

 
 
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