You won't have to wait any longer to hear new material from sludge/doom masters Subrosa because the band has already debuted the first song off of their new opus More Constant Than The Gods coming on September 17th. After unveiling the album's artwork recently, now it is time to check out the tracklist. More importantly, you can listen to the new track "Cosey Mo" below, so waste no time and hear the seven-minute mammoth.

The label says the new album shows the band "delivering their heaviest and darkest album to date, but taking their playing and composition to a new level by adding more depth and substance to their music which comprises influences of doom metal, rock, chamber music, Americana folk/goth, and Appalachian murder balladry. Armed with a massive low-end rhythm section that interweaves with two electric violins in counterpoint and topped with siren-like vocals, More Constant Than The Gods (which was tracked by drummer Andy Patterson and mixed and mastered by Marduk bass player Devo Andersson in Sweden) will define Subrosa as one of the most enrapturing and haunting bands in the doom movement today."




More Constant Than The Gods tracklist:

01. The Usher
02. Ghosts Of A Dead Empire
03. Cosey Mo
04. Fat Of The Ram
05. Affliction
06. No Safe Harbor





Source: profoundlorerecords.com
Band profile: Subrosa
 
Posted: 25.07.2013 by BloodTears



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ManiacBlasphemer - 25.07.2013 at 13:17  
Damn, pretty deep and dark song, the vibe is absolutely amazing, the violin performance is stunning, especially in the second half of the song. Great job, can't wait for the release!
Draugen - 25.07.2013 at 14:53  
Fantastic song. September can't come soon enough!
BlueMobius - 25.07.2013 at 18:35  
YES! My expectations for this are high. Looking forward to September!
Angel_Lament - 25.07.2013 at 19:37  
Nice one...the violin work in amazing, and the whole atmosphere is beautiful
Methuselah - 26.07.2013 at 01:04  
Took a couple listens before it began to grow on me.
Slayerus23 - 26.07.2013 at 02:58  
Amazing effort. Really want to hear the entire record soon.

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