You know what’s phatter than phat? A three-way blowjob. That and vinyl. And what’s even phatter than the phattest phatness is vinyl featuring kick ass fucking tunes from bands like Neurosis.
Fittingly, Neurosis have chosen Valentine’s Day as the release date for the vinyl re-releases of 1992’s groundbreaking Soul At Zero opus, and 1993’s classic Enemy of the Sun.
This is the first time the albums will be available on vinyl in nearly 20 years.
Both albums have been fully remastered and presented with newly expanded artwork. Man, this is almost worth looking for a record player on eBay. No shit, people. I don’t have a record player but fuck…I may need to get one.
The initial pressing for Souls At Zero will be limited to 1,000 180-gram black 2XLPs and 1,000 180-gram grey marble 2XLPs and the initial pressing of Enemy Of The Sun will be 1,000 180-gram black 2XLPs and 1,000 180-gram red/black marble 2XLPs.
Each album comes packaged in a deluxe gatefold tip-on style jacket with a custom finish and two printed inner sleeves.
You can — and should — pre-order the albums here.
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