NEUROSIS Enter Studio To Record New Album

NEUROSIS have entered Chicago's Electric Audio studios with producer Steve Albini (NIRVANA, BUSH, SOIL) to record their new full-length album, due in early 2004 through the band's own Neurot Recordings. The as-yet-untitled effort, which will take approximately one week to record, is the follow-up to 2001's acclaimed "A Sun That Never Sets".

In other news, the second installment in the NEUROSIS bootleg series, titled "Bootleg.02", will be issued through Neurot next month. This release will showcase the band's exciting performance in Stockholm, Sweden on October 15, 1999.


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