Matt Longo of the "Mind Over Metal" show (web site), which airs on the 90.1 WRUV FM radio station in Burlington, Vermont, recently conducted an interview with Scott Kelly of NEUROSIS and SHRINEBUILDER. The chat is now available for streaming using the audio player below.

Video footage of SHRINEBUILDER — the project that features in its ranks Kelly, Scott "Wino" Weinrich (ST. VITUS, THE HIDDEN HAND), Al Cisneros (OM, SLEEP), and Dale Crover (MELVINS) — performing a couple of songs (including a cover of JOY DIVISION's "24 Hours") on November 11, 2009 at the Viper Room in West Hollywood, California can be viewed below.

A review of SHRINEBUILDER's November 13, 2009 concert at Sonar in Baltimore, Maryland is available at Rock N Roll Experience.

SHRINEBUILDER's self-titled debut album was released in October via Neurot Recordings. According to a press release, the CD is "a powerful culmination of its members' distinct styles that coalesce into an entity of its own. Comprised of five epic passages showcasing this group's grandiose merging of soulful doom dirges, spiritual mantras, monstrous buildups and chest-collapsing grooves, the debut is truly a must-hear album of 2009."

"Shrinebuilder" track listing:

01. Solar Benediction
02. Pyramid Of The Moon
03. Blind For All To See
04. The Architect
05. Science Of Anger

The record's stunning cover art from Josh Graham (A STORM OF LIGHT, NEUROSIS' visual media artist) can be viewed below.

Scott Kelly interviewed on "Mind Over Metal" (click on player below to launch audio):


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