19:59 - Jaeryd But yeah, there's nothing I'd change about the sound/production on The Desanctification or Cosmosophy.
19:57 - Jaeryd I also prefer the sound of TWWTG and MoRT, but the 777s had a distinctive sound that I think worked for the trilogy, and did exactly what it was supposed to do. I might've preferred Sect(s) to have a different sound, though...
19:53 - !J.O.O.E.! I feel like both sides are let down by sound and production issues. A recurring motif ever since the 777s (The Libers aside; they sound awesome)
19:46 - 3rdWorld What? Its no way that good but quite decent. But the Aevangelist side just sucks. I can't stand it at all.
18:55 - Apothecary Will investigate more. And damn, the BAN side of their new split is really turning about to be the pleasant surprise of the year for me. Might be just me, but I really think it's their best since Liber III, at least
18:49 - !J.O.O.E.! Their first 3 albums are all a little different, and the EP more or less like that album. All nice in their own right, though many people were put off by the story narrative of Urfe.
Pennsylvania based post/sludge metal representatives Rosetta are pleased to announce that they'll be touring Europe in June and July with their fellow countrymen in North (USA). For North (USA) this will be the first time performing in Europe. All confirmed dates are available below the official tour flyer.
Two years after they released The Anaesthete, Rosetta are back with a new musical creation, Quintessential Ephemera. The Philadelphia band's new full-length album is available now as a pay-what-you-wish download through their Bandcamp, where you can also stream the entire release as much as you want. It is also available via Youtube or below. Give it a shot and then share your impressions here. Don't miss it!
Rosetta have started their Wednesday with a bang. Not only did they reveal the cover artwork and tracklist of their new opus Quintessential Ephemera, but they also released the first song off the album, "(Untitled V)". The artwork (designed by Philadelphia-based artist Mark Price) and full tracklist are available here. The new song only has 7 minutes. So, go ahead and enjoy it below.
Philadelphia based sludge/post-metallers Rosetta are offering fans the opportunity to listen to their entire new instrumental ambient album called Audio/Visual Original Score. You can enjoy the whole thing at Bandcamp. It's your lucky day and you are able to download the only available digital version of the album there for "pay what you wish", which includes free. Keep in mind that all the revenue will go directly to the recording sessions for the band's next full-length, to be released sometime in 2015.
The brand new Rosetta's EP called Flies To Flame is currently available for streaming in its entirety and you can give it a listen at this location. Was it a disappointing run for you? Tell us how this stuff compares to the band's most recent full-length effort The Anaesthete released last year.
US sludge/post-metallers Rosetta have just premiered online the opening track off their upcoming EP entitled Flies To Flame and you can listen to it at this location. Alternatively, check out the 9-minute song through the player below. Was it good? Tell us about your impressions.
If you are eager to hear new music from Rosetta, here is your chance. The sludge metallers are about to release a new EP called Flies To Flame. The CD is coming out on October 14th on Translation Loss Record and the LP version is coming in late 2014. Have a taste of what it will sound like on the teaser available below.
Post metallers Rosetta have recently detailed their new EP. Currently being mastered, it will be titled Flies To Flame. According to the band, it'll be out later this year in traditional formats — LP and CD — on Translation Loss Records. Read all about the first details and tracklist below.
After showing us the artwork for their newest album The Anaesthete, Rosetta are currently streaming the entire release on their Bandcamp page. You can now enjoy the first new album from the band since A Determinism Of Morality. Was it worth the wait?
Philadelphia's post-metallers Rosetta have recently revealed the cover artwork for their upcoming album The Anaesthete made by Jordan Butcher. You can see it below. The digital pay-what-you-wish release will start next Wednesday at midnight while physical copies will be available sometime in the Fall via Debemur Morti in Europe and Monolith in Australia.
After revealing that their new album would be titled The Anaesthete, Rosetta have now shared the tracklist of the opus. The successor to A Determinism Of Morality will feature nine songs, Andrew Schneider has finished mixing it and now Colin Marston will be mastering the record at the end of this month. We still don't have new music to listen to but Rosetta say they are happy with how the album turned out. Stay tuned for more details.
The new album from Rosetta is really happening. The group has made a series of announcements including that the full-length will be titled The Anaesthete and will be available as a pay-what-you-wish digital download on August 8th. The band is tracking it with Andrew Schneider at Studio G Brooklyn from July 1st-11th, and self-releasing it online. The artwork for the release is by Jordan Butcher/Work of Self and Ryan Clark of Invisible Creature. Also, the band will not be releasing the album on CD. Rosetta will also be supporting KEN Mode on tour in August.
Post/sludge metallers Rosetta have some updates for us. The band is preparing the release of an EP and currently recording it, and has already released two teasers, which you can stream on their website. Furthermore, there are plans to record a new full-length album in July with Andrew Schneider. A Determinism Of Morality, the band's last studio album, came out in 2010.
US post/sludge metallers Rosetta have announced a string of dates for their upcoming summer European tour with US stoner/doom metallers Kings Destroy as special guests, starting on June 27th in The Netherlands.