Having passed the three decade mark in December, Neurosis returned to Electrical Audio in Chicago with engineer Steve Albini (Nirvana,…Read More
Posts Tagged ‘Steve Albini’
Winnipeg’s KEN Mode ripped through Philly’s North Star venue along with Philly’s own heavy hitters, Bardus as BTS‘s Dante Torrieri…Read More
Philly’s Kung Fu Necktie played host to Whores, Fight Amp, and Rye Coalition recently as BTS’s Senior Photographer Dante Torrieri…Read More
Readers might remember Michael Kirsch from a few years ago. His band, the New York-based trio Grandfather, had just finished…Read More
We are very pleased to offer Blow The Scene readers around the world an in-depth, exclusive interview with Steve Von…Read More
Dynamic doom metallers, Om, along with newest edition Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, recently blew the roof off of Johnny Brenda’s…Read More
Neurosis Announces UK and US shows after parting ways with visual artist and beginning a new chapter with the tour…Read More
Neurosis anticipated tenth studio album, Honor Found In Decay, is available worldwide this week via their own label, Neurot Recordings.…Read More
With just two weeks to go before Neurosis release their long-awaited tenth studio album via Neurot Recordings, preorders are now…Read More
Neurosis have just dropped the official premiere stream of new album’s opening track, “We All Rage In Gold.” This monster…Read More
We are very excited to offer Blow The Scene readers around the world an exclusive interview with legendary Dutch hardcore…Read More
Neurosis Release visual trailer created for their anticipated tenth studio full-length, Honor Found In DecayWednesday, September 5th, 2012
Neurosis today proudly reveals a brand new visual trailer created for their anticipated tenth studio full-length, Honor Found In Decay.…Read More
San Francisco’s post-metal, progressive rock, sludge scientists Giant Squid rolled through Philadelphia’s North Star venue on Friday with special guests…Read More
Interview with Anni Rossi, Brooklyn-based songstress who doesn’t take the easy road when it comes to crafting her own brand of minimalist electro pop.
Adam Rauf recently caught up with Grandfather guitarist Michael Kirsch for a Q & A session, as Kirsch discusses the recording process of their latest record, working with Steve Albini, the inside scoop on the band’s DIY ethics that are drawing recognition from listeners around the world!
Steve Albini is a household name whether you realize it or not. He’s worked with just about every important band of the past two decades.. I was lucky enough to catch up with him after a Shellac show in Pittsburgh last week. He spilled his gospel to us, straight-up, with no chaser.