EP Review: Neurosis – Las Centurias de la Muerte (Self Released)

Founded back in 1987, Neurosis are a thrash/death metal band hailing from Colombia, South America. Their latest release is a three track EP called ‘Las Centurias de la Muerte’ (‘The Centuries of Death’) and is out now.

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South American death/thrash metal…it’s no surprise that Neurosis’ three-track offering is all kinds of fast and heavy. Delivering head-banging fury wrapped up in a familiar but still exciting blend of thrashy death, Neurosis lengthy career has seen them perfect this kind of metal. Rough and raw but with purpose.

Fiery riffs, the crashing drums and nasty guttural vocals grabs the attention before the more rhythmic El Guardian stands up and demands the focus. The thumping beat is so exciting and just when you think they’re given all they can, a screaming guitar solo and fist-punching ending cap it off perfectly.

Over way too soon, Voces del Infierno ends the EP with everything you could hope for. The thrash-based tempo mixed with the death metal vocals is one thing but the scale of grandness that Neurosis deliver is another. Their longevity in this genre of metal is no fluke, Las Centurias de la Muerte is a brilliant release.

 

 

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Neurosis – Las Centurias de la muerte Full Track Listing:

1. Las Centurias de la Muerte
2. El Guardian
3. Voces del Infierno

You can pick up the EP on Bandcamp and listen to Neurosis on Spotify, Google Play and via Apple Music below. Find out more by checking out their website, Facebook Page, following them on Twitter and subscribing to their YouTube Channel.




Neurosis - Las Centurias de la Muerte (Self Released)
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