Flood (Boris album)

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Studio album by Boris
Released December 15, 2000 (2000-12-15)
Recorded September, 2000 at Bazooka Studio
Genre Drone, psychedelic rock, minimalist music
Length 70:32
Label MIDI Creative
Producer Boris
Boris chronology
More Echoes, Touching Air Landscape
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Sputnikmusic 5/5 stars[1]

Flood is the third album by Japanese band Boris. Like the previous albums, it stays lengthy and massively slow, but in addition to sludge influences such as the Melvins and Sleep, there are undertones of psychedelic rock. Upon its initial release the album did not garner many reviews (both positive nor negative) however, it has become a cult classic among fans and was played in its entirety every night of their 2013 US-based "Residency Tour" [2]

Track listing[edit]

The back cover lists only one track, but the CD actually has the song broken into four tracks.

No. Title Length
1. "Flood I"   14:42
2. "Flood II"   13:35
3. "Flood III"   20:38
4. "Flood IV"   21:35
Total length:


  • Atsuo - Drums, Percussion, Gong, Vocals
  • Takeshi - Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Words
  • Wata - Guitar, Effects, Performer
  • Boris - Producer
  • Hiroshi Okura - Executive Producer
  • Tetsuya "Cherry" Tochigi - Engineer
  • Hiroyasu Tahira - Engineer Assistant
  • Miyuki Kobayashi - Engineer Assistant
  • Masashi Tsukahara - Album Coordination
  • Toshiaki Shimizu - A&R
  • Fangs Anal Satan - Artwork
  • Eri Shabata - Photography
  • Mastered By Shuji Kitamura

Pressing information[edit]

Year Label Format Country Out of Print? Notes
2000 MIDI Creative CD Japan Yes -
2000 MIDI Creative CD Japan No Second pressing, different cover from first pressing


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