Originally released in 1993, Neurosis's crushing Enemy of the Sun LP takes their pulsing, hypnotic monoliths down to darker and much, much heavier territory. A mesmerizing, pressurizing, dirge-driven display of brutal riffing, thick with haunting samples, layered vocal tracks, raging multiple-member percussion contributions and some of the most mammoth build-ups ever, the album leaves a sense of anguish in one's soul long after its final notes ring out. To this day, critics and fans of heavy and experimental metal consider this spine-chilling release one of the harshest and most mind-warping of all time, and countless acts cite it as "the one that changed everything." Neurot Recordings is proud to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Neurosis by making this classic album available once again. 2010's Enemy of the Sun reissue includes two tracks not on the original release and bears a fully redesigned package by visionary artist and Neurosis live visual master Josh Graham.