If you know, you already have it. If you don’t, you should read this and then go get it. Because this album is proof that Neurosis are still putting out incredible music. Read what you can expect and then go out and listen to yet another incredible release from one of the long-reigning champions of experimental heaviness.

This is the second part to our “A Guide to (some of) the Best Metal Album Covers of 2012” posting last week. As we know, cover artwork was a big thing for Metal music in 2012. Many of them were epic, cryptic, nightmarish and more importantly, artfully executed. They helped to both enrich many listeners’ imaginations and to enhance the music itself; and this is why we’re covering them! In the second part to our guide, we keep exploring the stories behind some of these magnificent visual pieces. We’ve interviewed some of the designers and musicians involved with said art and they in turn opened for us new worlds of imagination an awe. Check it out!

Back in 1993 Neurosis released their then fourth studio album Enemy Of The Sun. In 1999 the same CD got re-released. I’m guessing since the album is so great, the band once again decided to re-re-release it in 2010. To have been released 3 times, this record must good as shit, right?