Rosetta Wake/Lift
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GnarlyShillelagh
Staff Reviewer
February 6th 2013


6356 Comments


damn maybe it's time for me to try this album then 'cause tgs is incred

have you guys listened to both tgs discs simultaneously and still like this better?

UnnamedOcean
February 6th 2013


3982 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

It's a hard decision. This album is better written, but that second disc makes it hard to call.

DarkNoctus
February 6th 2013


9264 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

have you guys listened to both tgs discs simultaneously and still like this better?




yes, this is better

MrElmo
February 6th 2013


1955 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Love both tgs and wake/lift as much, depends of the mood (maybe tgs a bit more but this one has by far the best closer). psyched for the upcoming one track Ep.

DarkNoctus
February 6th 2013


9264 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

there's something about this album that just makes me feel so powerful, it's the most self-empowering album i've ever heard

MrElmo
February 6th 2013


1955 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

WAAAAKE! GIANT ARMINE! LIFT YOURSELF UP!

MrElmo
February 6th 2013


1955 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

but tgs has a darker and more eerie atmosphere at times like on absent/beta aquile, not to mention the sheer joy and

then terror of itinerant. fuck can't choose

evilford
February 6th 2013


26733 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

neurosis>

UnnamedOcean
February 6th 2013


3982 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah silent, I know you're just desperate for attention.

MeatSalad
February 6th 2013


16165 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

left is good some days but on others the right gets the job done a lot faster

FearThyEvil
February 6th 2013


13532 Comments


You go hard on insurrection too.

FearThyEvil
February 6th 2013


13532 Comments


Ahh okay. Still not sure what I'd give this album. I need more listens.

FearThyEvil
February 6th 2013


13532 Comments


Well, it's in the range of 4-4.5. I never really listen to much Rosetta when I have Amenra, Neurosis, Isis, and Cult of Luna around.

FearThyEvil
February 6th 2013


13532 Comments


I really enjoy post-metal though. However, the genre doesn't have a HUGE offering compared to most others. Plus, I do have to admit a lot of post-metal is really long. I have no problem with long albums but sometimes it can be overwhelming.

YankeeDudel
February 6th 2013


9338 Comments


post-metal is cool. there are just 100 other cool genres too.

Digging: Ptaki - Przelot

Tyrael
February 6th 2013


21003 Comments


No

there are only two categories

gypsy swag approved music and shit music

FearThyEvil
February 6th 2013


13532 Comments


Yeah, too many bands in this genre just try and sound like Neurosis or Isis without adding anything really interesting.

YankeeDudel
February 6th 2013


9338 Comments


alot of subgenres the bands sound the same though. thats why they are in the same genre. unless you're talking experimental rock or avant-garde or whatever that is meant to be different.

Tyrael
February 6th 2013


21003 Comments


yea like Captain Beefheart

potsy loves his work

YankeeDudel
February 6th 2013


9338 Comments


what Ive noticed is when I dont like a genre, Ill think it all sounds the same. but if I do like a genre I dont care cuz I like the sound.

i mean i dont know why people listen to so much hardcore cuz most of that shit sounds exactly the same and is dull as fuck to me, but to each their own and all that.



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