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Boris - Archive I (2005)
Boris (ボリス Borisu?) is a Japanese experimental metal band that combines different music genres including drone metal, sludge metal, noise rock, psychedelic rock, ambient and pop.
Currently, the band's personnel consists of drummer-vocalist Atsuo, bassist-guitarist-vocalist Takeshi, and guitarist-vocalist Wata.
Boris takes its name from a song on the Melvins' Bullhead, and released its first album, Absolutego, on the group's own label, Fangs Anal Satan, in 1996. Since then, they have released 18 studio albums, including Pink, Heavy Rocks and Akuma No Uta, a number of EPs, 7" singles, and full-length collaborative recordings, on various record labels around the world.
Boris was originally a four-piece band, with Nagata on drums. Nagata departed in 1996 leaving Atsuo to take over drumming duties and it has remained a three-piece since.
From its formation, Boris' members have made deliberate efforts to avoid being pigeon-holed, or too strongly associated with any musical style. "Having some kind of preconceived message or theme is very boring to me," noted Atsuo, the band's drummer. "It becomes a crutch. Just say what you want to say."
The band's influences are eclectic, with Sleep, Nick Cave, Nick Drake, Venom, and the Melvins being a few of the more important ones. The group quickly realized that they did not fit in with the Japanese hardcore punk scene that birthed them, though they retain a fondness for the scene and its music.
In Japan, Boris release most of their music on the indie label Inoxia Records. Though relatively unknown in their home country, a recent series of reissues on US label Southern Lord Records has seen their popularity in North America increase dramatically, even gaining them widespread recognition in the mainstream music press. Many of Boris' vinyl releases feature similar artwork for the inner label of the record. This is a parody of the original Roger Dean artwork that Virgin Records used for many of their releases.
2005's Pink was met with considerable critical praise and a strong response from music fans when reissued in the US on Southern Lord Records. Blender magazine and SPIN magazine both named it one of 2006's best albums. The album also topped the metal section of Canadian magazine Exclaim's 2006 Reader's Poll, and was in the top 10 of Pitchfork Media's Top 50 Records of 2006.
Boris' 2006 vinyl-only release, Vein, focused on a sound derived from classic Japanese crust bands, such as Gloom, Confuse, and Gai.
Boris has said in an interview with Pitchfork that after being in a band for so long, "it is easier to write songs now.
Boris is a band that focuses a lot of their time on touring. In an interview, Atsuo said: "That we tour so much and release so many albums, I think it is representative of what weÂ?re about. Direct communication is something weÂ?ve lost in this day and age. ItÂ?s a shame Â? [even] interviews are over [the] phone. I think it's important to see people face to face Â? that's why it's so important to go on tour. It's something very basic to humans that weÂ?ve lost lately."
Boris opened for Nine Inch Nails on part of the fall 2008 segment of the Lights in the Sky tour. They also appeared on the avant-garde metal soundtrack to Jim Jarmusch's film The Limits of Control. Regarding Boris, Jarmusch said that "what's really remarkable is when they play live they're in the mode, in a way, of jazz musicians, not structurally or musically, but the way they listen to what the others are doing and build on it. Each time they play something it's obviously different, every time."
Boris played the ATP New York 2010 music festival in Monticello, New York where they performed Altar in collaboration with Sunn O)))
On May 29, 2010, Boris performed a cover of The Doors song The End with Ian Astbury at Vivid Festival on Sydney. Boris and Astbury released a four-song EP in September 2010 on Southern Lord and Daymare Records that contains four tracks entitled Teeth and Claws, We are Witches, Rain (The Cult cover), Magickal Child.
In 2011, Boris released three albums: their first major release with a major producer on AVEX/Tearbridge label and an album on Sargent House called Attention Please.
3-Disc Boxed Set
Quote:Boris Archive is a three disc compilation of live material by Japanese band, Boris. The first disc comprises various live renditions of older songs and material from Amplifier Worship and the Boris/Barebones split EP. The second disc is three drumless drone songs. The third disc is a live set consisting of the 65-minute Absolutego and the 70-minute Flood played back-to-back in 37 minutes. Altogether, 600 copies of each disc were pressed with the intention of being sold individually. However, due to strong demand for all three, a set consisting of an obi-style horizontal slipcase enclosing the three discs was created and limited to 320 copies.Reviews by Jason Ankeny, from AllMusic:
Quote:Archive Volume One: Live 96-98 is the first of three limited-edition archival releases available during Boris' 2005 U.S. tour and documents a series of senses-shattering live dates from the band's formative years. While no recording can accurately reproduce the visceral, almost mystical power of the Boris live experience, the disc nevertheless comes close to achieving apocalyptic transcendence -- fan favorites like "Huge," "Mosquito" and "Scar Box" emanate from the darkest recesses of the creative consciousness. This is the musical equivalent to quicksand -- dense, sludgy, and all-enveloping; it swallows you whole and takes its sweet time crushing your soul.
Archive Volume Two: Drumless Shows is the second of three limited-edition archival releases available during Boris' 2005 U.S. tour, and captures the trio at its most challenging and demanding, which is saying something -- consisting of only three songs, each no shorter than ten minutes in length, the disc documents rare "drumless" performances from 1997. With drummer Atsuo making the move to second guitar alongside Waka, the droning, feedback-rich squall of your average Boris set doubles in volume and in mass, achieving a brute force beyond sound itself -- this is music as a physical entity, emanating not as waves but as geometric shapes that build and stretch into infinity.
Archive Volume Three: 2 Long Songs is the third and final limited-edition archival release available during Boris' 2005 U.S. tour and captures the trio at its most dreamlike, evoking the darkest, most horrific recesses of the human subconscious. Although separated by digital sequencing, "Absolutego" and "Flood" are essentially one epic performance, clocking in at over 37 minutes -- the music boasts the glacial pace and inescapable dread of a waking nightmare, mutating again and again from passages of rapturous beauty to eruptions of apocalyptic despair.
01 - Huge
02 - In Hush
03 - Soul Search You Sleep
04 - Vacuum
05 - Mosquite
06 - Mass Mercury
07 - Scar Box
08 - Hama
Tracks 1-2 recorded December 21, 1996 at Koenji 20000V
Tracks 3-5 recorded June 21, 1996 at Koenji 20000VTracks 6-7 recorded October 4, 1997 at Shinjyuku Loft
Track 8 recorded August 2, 1998 at Koenji 20000V
01 - Huge
02 - Mosquite
03 - Vomit Yourself
Track 1 recorded August 9, 1997 at Nagoya Music Farm
Tracks 2-3 recorded August 8, 1997 at Koenji 20000V
01 - Absolutego
02 - Flood
Recorded May 3, 2001 at Koenji 20000V
Bitrate: 320 k
Tamaño: 302.00 MB