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Neurosis - Enemy Of The Sun L'album des
Neurosis - Enemy Of The Sun L'album des
Interprète: Neurosis
Titre: Enemy Of The Sun
Label: Alternative Tentacles
Pays: UK
Publié sur: 1993
Style: Noise, Doom Metal, Avantgarde, Experimental, Industrial
Cat: VIRUS 134
Classement: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 1523 mb | taille MP3: 2235 mb | taille WMA: 1999 mb
Genre: Rock

1Raze The Stray
2Enemy Of The Sun
5Cold Ascending
6The Time Of The Beasts


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VIRUS 134CDNeurosis Enemy Of The Sun ‎(CD, Album)Alternative TentaclesVIRUS 134CDUS1993
NR004Neurosis Enemy Of The Sun ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Neurot RecordingsNR004US2010
Neurot Recordings 4Neurosis Enemy Of The Sun ‎(CD, Album, RE)Neurot RecordingsNeurot Recordings 4US1999
VIRUS 134Neurosis Enemy Of The Sun ‎(LP, Album)Alternative TentaclesVIRUS 134USA & Canada1993
VIRUS 134CNeurosis Enemy Of The Sun ‎(Cass, Album)Alternative TentaclesVIRUS 134CUS1993


  • BassDave Edwardson
  • DrumsJason Roeder
  • EngineerBilly Anderson
  • GuitarScott Kelly, Scott Kelly
  • HornPaul Lew
  • Keyboards, Sampler [Samples], Tape [Tapes]Simon McIlroy
  • PercussionJason Roeder, Scott Kelly, Steve Von Till
  • ViolinKris Force
  • VocalsDave Edwardson, Scott Kelly, Steve Von Till
  • VoiceErika Little


Recorded at Razor's Edge Studio, San Francisco, CA.
Mastered at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA.

The LP version contains 6 songs while the CD, released the same year by Alternative Tentacles contains 2 bonus tracks.


  • Barcode: 5 016691 013415


  • Copyright (c) – Neurot Music
  • Copyright (c) – Alternative Tentacles
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Alternative Tentacles
  • Recorded At – Razor's Edge Recording
  • Mastered At – Fantasy Studios
  • Distributed By – Mordam Records



Enemy of the Sun by Neurosis, released 17 September 1994 1. Lost 2. Raze the Stray 3. Burning Flesh In Year of Pig 4. Cold Ascending 5. Lexicon 6. Enemy of the Sun 7. The Time of the Beasts 8. Cleanse 9. Takeahnase Demo Version 10. I absolutely love Neurosis and this album ticks all the boxes. Favorite track: Enemy of the Sun. Thomas Montinari. Thomas Montinari It burns like a razor Favorite track: Lost. Rob This band has been awesome since their inception, growing into a versatile beast over the years, needed this LP in WAV Format. Lost is probably my favorite Neurosis track of all. can't wait til 8317, It's going to be killer. Favorite track: Lost. Band: Neurosis Country of Origin: . Genre: Progressive Sludge MetalPost-HardcoreTribalAmbient Year: 1993 Lineup: Dave Edwardson Bass, Vocals, of the Sun is the fourth studio album by Californian avant-garde metal band Neurosis. It was originally released on Alternative Tentacles in 1993 and later reissued on Neurot Recordings in 1999. The album was reissued with new cover artwork on April 20, 2010. On February 14, 2012, a fully remastered version was released on vinyl via Relapse Records. The album opens with a sample from the movie adaptation of The Sheltering Sky. The same sample also opens The God Machine's Scenes from the Second. Songs in album Neurosis - Enemy Of The Sun 1993. Neurosis - Lost. Neurosis - Raze The Stray. Neurosis - Burning Flesh In Year Of Pig. Neurosis - Cold Ascending. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 1994 10 Songs. Enemy of the Sun. Metal free to Neurosis Enemy Of The Sun Lost, Raze the Stray and more. 6 tracks 44:10. But in 1993, Neurosis, and in a different but related way Swans, were practically on their own, and on Enemy of the Sun Neurosis built upon the reach and power of Souls at Zero to create another masterpiece of on-the-edge, high-volume rampage that resists easy genre classification. 1992s Souls at Zero found Neurosis meddling with less direct blows to the head and crushingly longer arrangements, transforming their sound into a lurking monster that is fully understood on Enemy of the Sun. While Souls at Zero may have been the first step in a brilliant move by the band, Enemy of the Sun found Neurosis trekking down the same path with a more focused end result. Its becomes apparent what the listener is in for when the first bass lines of Lost plod along at a sluggish pace, leading into ominous power chords harmonics, and finally breaking into a mammoth swing of sped up r. Type: Full-length. Show lyrics. loading lyrics. The Time of the Beasts. This album is rated in the top 3 of albums on . Time left: 7d 19h 23m 43s Ships to: Worldwide