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Neurosis End Visual Collaboration

Posted Nov. 27, 2012, 4:04 a.m. in General News by Cheryl
Neurosis End Visual Collaboration

Neurosis have parted ways with long-time visual artist and collaborator Josh Graham and as such have announced a change in the way that Neurosis is experienced live. Josh Graham (A Storm of Light) has been a major part of the Neurosis live show and his projection and artistic talents will be sorely missed, but as Neurosis wish to "...reinvent the live presentation" this means that Graham will no longer be working with the band. It's unclear what this means for forthcoming shows that are due to take place in the UK this weekend in the wake of the monumental Honor Found In Decay record, and whether the visual aspect of a Neurosis show will be featured.


What do Neurosis have in mind for future appearances? Only time will tell. A full statement from Neurosis can be found on their official site, along with some words from Josh Graham.

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