NEUROSIS has just confirmed three more shows for 2014, set to take place during the final days of the year in California. While the members of NEUROSIS currently reside in numerous areas of the country, the Bay Area will forever remain the land of the band’s origin, and to commemorate one of their most active years performing abroad in their nearly three decades in existence, they’ll unite for a trio of concerts including two shows back where it all began.
The first of the year-end live run will see NEUROSIS playing at The Observatory in Orange County’s Santa Ana on Monday, December 29th. The next two evenings — Tuesday, December 30th and Wednesday the 31st — will see the band back in their native Bay Area lands, with two consecutive shows at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Supporting NEUROSIS on all three of these headlining shows will be an incredibly diverse and destructive lineup, including Portland’s morose d-beat hardcore icons, TRAGEDY, San Diego-based industrial drone man/machine act, AUTHOR & PUNISHER, and San Francisco’s sludge/noise rock outfit, KOWLOON WALLED CITY.
NEUROSISconfirms two new upcoming live performances in support of their tenth LP, Honor Found in Decay.
These newly locked performances, set to take place on January 18th and 19th at the Metropolis in Montreal, Canada, will see NEUROSIS co-headlining the stage with GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR both evenings. What makes the performances that much more special is the fact that the duo of shows will mark the first time NEUROSIS has performed on Canadian soil in nearly a decade-and-a-half. Tickets for these two shows are on sale now at www.blackdotpresents.com and at the following stores: Phonopolis, Sound Central, L’oblique, Sonik, Profusion, Atom Heart and Cheap Thrills.
NEUROSIS is also confirmed for a show in Portland, Oregon, playing the Rosleand Theater Saturday, November 23rd. This exclusive Pacific Northwest show features an incredible support bill, including TRAGEDY, THE BODY and ATRIARCH. NEUROSIS is also the first band confirmed to partake in the maiden booking of the Temples Festival, May 3, 2014 in Bristol, UK.