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Originally conceived in 2015 as the album Boris would end their 25-year career with, the writing sessions for Dear yielded three albums’ worth of material. Then the band went on tour in 2016 performing Pink, one of their most overtly poppy albums, in full. On returning, drummer/vocalist Atsuo, guitarist/vocalist Wata, and bassist/vocalist Takeshi wrote more songs and whittled the entire pool down to a single record.

Released date 12 July 2017. Labels Daymare Recordings Sargent House. Members owning this album2.

Release Date: Jul 14, 2017 Record label: Sargent House Genre(s): Pop/Rock. 75 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Dear - Very Good, Based on 9 Critics. 86. Eerie and beautiful. Cold, yet warm Boris doesn't have much left to prove at this point in their career. They could easily get away with coasting if they wanted to, releasing uninspired albums, ceasing experimentation, and tour off the "greatest hits" until the wheels come off.

It’s titled Dear, and it’s being released on July 17 via Sargent House. However, they returned energized by the tour and recorded even more material, ending up with the songs that make up this album.

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On Dear, Boris again prove their mettle as rock leviathans. They look back to the glacial power drones of yore on ". Domination of Waiting Noise)" and follow it with "Deadsong," a monstrously evil doom jam whose quaking power sends shockwaves to hell. Its title looks all the way back to the band's debut album, but this brief, riff-laden stoner pop anthem has little in common with the former's lone 60-minute droning amplifier worship. Abstraction and sheer noise (reflecting the influence of Merzbow, one of their more frequent collaborators) introduces the elegiac drone in "Kagero.

Wata’s chilling soft vocals on "Beyond," coupled with the minimalist percussion of the title track provide just the right dose of experimentation. The second half of Dear does drag a tad, "The Power" specifically is too long and too repetitive, but the strength of the closing two tracks more than makes up for the slight dip in quality. Boris doesn't have any obligation to still be putting out records this captivating, but Dear most certainly captivates, and it has me excited for 25 more years of Boris.