Boris - DEAR +3 (Japanese 3LP Limited Edition, 生産限定盤)

Country: Japan
Label: Daymare Recordings
Released: 12 July 2017
Genre: Rock / Heavy-Rock / Japanese-Indie
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* Japanese 3LP Limited Edition
* 3 Bonus tracks
* Artwork – Kosuke Kawamura, Layout – Fangsanalsatan
* Please note: the prices of this vinyl which show on our web-store are different than our store due to the postage. We are strongly recommended to all customer to come over and visit to our store in Shanghai street if you around in Hong Kong. thanks a lot.
* 注意:因為郵費嘅原因,我哋所有係網上嘅黑膠價錢都跟我哋門市有啲唔同,所以如果大家住係香港又得閑嘅話,我哋都係建議大家上唻我哋係上海街嘅門市買,會比係我哋網站買平啲又慳郵費

Description (English):
“We don’t feel comfortable calling Dear a return to our slow and heavy style,” says Tokyo’s amplifier worshipping experimental metal institution Boris. “We’ve been heavy since day one.” And it’s true. From the droning thunder of their Absolutego debut and through the cinematic crescendo of albums like Flood, the bombastic licks of the Heavy Rocks records, the punk rage of Vein, the bottom-dwelling psychedelia of Akuma no Uta and Pink, and the grimy thump of Attention Please and New Album, Boris has always attempted to search out new ways to level listeners with their sound. On the 25th year of their existence, the trio delivers Dear, an album they describe as “heavenly—far beyond heavy.”

Though Boris has traversed a broad swath of sonic territories, they have always been consistent in their embracing of excess, pushing their myriad of approaches and stylistic forays to points of intoxicating absurdity. But a time came in the early years of their third decade where the band wondered if there were any new horizons to explore. Consequently, it was decided that the band would begin jamming on material for what was planned to be a record that served as a formal goodbye to fans. In a strange twist of fate, being unencumbered by expectations and having an open-ended approach to the writing process reinvigorated Boris. The renewed vitality yielded an album that fortifies their monolithic wall of sound while also allowing the individual band members to explore the nuances and intricacies of minimalist riffs played at maximum volume.

Songwriting for Dear initially yielded three albums’ worth of material by the end of 2015, but as the band was slated to spend a large chunk of 2016 on their “Performing Pink” worldwide tour, they decided to hold off on releasing any new material. The tour further rekindled their passion, and when the band returned home they wrote several more songs and scaled the three records down to one.

“At the very first moment, this album began as some kind of potential farewell note of Boris. However, it became a sincere letter to fans and listeners… you know, like ‘Dear so-and-so, this is the new album from Boris’ or something like that. We feel so grateful we can release this album in our 25th anniversary year.”

1. D.O.W.N -Domination of Waiting Noise-
3. Absolutego -絶対自我-
4. Beyond -かのひと-
5. Kagero -蜉蝣-
6. Biotope -ビオトープ-
7. The Power
8. Memento Mori
9. Dystopia -Vanishing Point / 何処へ-
10. Dear
11. More (日本盤ボーナス・ディスク)
12. Evil Perspective (日本盤ボーナス・ディスク)
13. D.O.W.N -Domination of Waiting Noise-(Full Version) (日本盤ボーナス・ディスク)

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