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The Eye Of Every Storm
Doom Metal, Post Rock, Experimental
17 Jun 2016
Relapse Records, Neurot Recordings
FLAC size:
1535 mb
MP3 size:
1506 mb
WMA size:
2094 mb


1A Season In The Sky
Trumpet – Desmond Shea
3Left To Wander
Trumpet – Desmond Shea
4No River To Take Me Home
5The Eye Of Every Storm
7I Can See You
Cello – Jeffrey Luck Lucas


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NR-033Neurosis The Eye Of Every Storm ‎(2xLP, Album, Gre)Neurot Recordings, Relapse Records, Release EntertainmentNR-033US2004
RR7286Neurosis The Eye Of Every Storm ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Oxb)Relapse Records, Neurot RecordingsRR7286Europe2016
RR 6599-2Neurosis The Eye Of Every Storm ‎(CD, Album, Sli)Relapse RecordsRR 6599-2US2004
RLP-6599Neurosis The Eye Of Every Storm ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Relapse RecordsRLP-6599Europe2004
NR-033Neurosis The Eye Of Every Storm ‎(CD, Album, Sli)Neurot RecordingsNR-033US2004


  • Artwork [Original & Reissue]Josh Graham
  • Bass, Synthesizer [Moog], Effects [Space]Dave Edwardson
  • Crew [Live Sound]Dave Clark
  • Crew [Road Crew]Pete The Roadie
  • DrumsJason Roeder
  • Guitar, VocalsScott Kelly
  • Guitar, Vocals, Sounds [Filters & Textures]Steve Von Till
  • Mastered ByJohn Golden
  • Organ, Piano, Sampler, Sounds [Atmospheres]Noah Landis
  • Performer [Visual Media]Josh Graham
  • Recorded BySteve Albini
  • Recorded By [Additional Overdubs]Desmond Shea


100 copies pressed on clear vinyl

Records come housed in heavy duty 'tip-on' jackets with printed inner sleeves.

No barcode appears on the release, nor is there a sticker on the poly bag.

"I Can See You" is dedicated to the memory of our friend Mike Shapiro.

© & ℗ 2004, 2016 Neurot Recordings under exclusive license to Relapse Records, Inc.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, Machine-stamped): RELAPSE RECORDS - RR7286-1 A 126873E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, Machine-stamped): RELAPSE RECORDS - RR7286-1B 126873E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, Machine-stamped): RELAPSE RECORDS - RR7286-1 C 126873E3/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, Machine-stamped): RELAPSE RECORDS - RR7286-1 D 126873E4/A


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Neurot Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Neurot Recordings
  • Licensed To – Relapse Records, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Electrical Audio
  • Overdubbed At – Deaf Mute Trust Company
  • Designed At – Suspended In Light
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 126873E



The Eye of Every Storm is the eighth studio album from the Californian band Neurosis. Tracklist: 00:01 Burn 07:07 No River To Take Me Home 15:50 The Eye of. Every song on 'The Eye of Every Storm is so beautiful and engaging that its hard to know where to start discussing them. Album opener Burn is the most brisk of the tracks here, but still sparse and melodic enough to mirror the pastoral images of sunlight and warm air contained in the lyrics. The key to the album might be found halfway through Burn : when the guitars briefly crash in, they draw more attention to the synth-and-voice tenderness that follows than they do to themselves. supported by 311 fans who also own The Eye Of Every Storm. I have bought this album three times and will probably buy it again. go to album. It retains the strong folk music influences prominent on the band's previous album A Sun that Never Sets, while exploring their trudging and massive sound with a more dynamic approach closer to post-rock than their earlier work. Steve Von Till : vocals, guitar, filtered and textured sounds. Scott Kelly : vocals, guitar. Noah Landis : organ, piano, synth, sampler, atmospheric sounds and effects. Songs in album Neurosis - The Eye Of Every Storm 2004. Neurosis - Burn. Listen free to Neurosis The Eye of Every Storm Burn, No River to Take Me Home and more. 8 tracks 68:53. Ještě není důvod feat. Neurosis - Single. Neurosis & Jarboe Remastered. Pain of Mind Remastered. The Word as Law Remastered. Fires Within Fires. Honor Found In Decay. Sovereign Remastered. Featured On. Neurosis Essentials. Band Name Neurosis USA. Album Name The Eye of Every Storm. Type Album. Released date 29 June 2004. Yet whilst fans of the band might be disgruntled by what they perceive as a softening out, The Eye of Every Storm is indisputably Neurosis, the thick dreary atmosphere of monochrome Blackness is still present, the distinctive vocal work still here. Yet Neurosis have smoothed out the edges of their sound by incorporating much more of the post rock aesthetic than what they have previously employed. The post rock elements come about in an overall cleaner sound. The production is crystal clear with each instrument having a significant amount of clarity. If every storm has an eye, Neurosis' latest psychic thunderclap must follow suit. They just neglected to commit it to tape. It's not that there aren't quiet parts it's that even in their midst, there's no sense of diffused tension. If there is an eye to this storm, it can only be the hole in the center of the CD- undeniably there, but gallingly inaccessible and remote. Neurosis have toned their bruising metal image down to more of an enjoyable, atmospheric musical journey. Although still containing punishing riffs on occasion, the group is intent on creating slow and melodic pieces of work, especially on the lengthy and melancholic title track. Clocking in at close to 12 minutes, the song opens with a methodical guitar and drum beat before its tempo ebbs and flows in a vein of possible progressive rock-meets-heavy metal à la Anathema