New Rosetta Songs
2013-08-06 by ThyCrossAwaits | 17 Comments
Post-metallers Rosetta have released a new song, 'Hara/The Center' for streaming exclusively through MetalSucks. 'Hara/The Center' is the first track released from Rosetta's upcoming album, The Anaesthete, which will be released August 8 on a pay-as-you-want format.

Link: http://www.metalsucks.net/2013/08/06/exclusive-premiere-rosetta-hara-the-center/

Update:

You can now head on over to here to stream another new track, 'Myo/The Miraculous':
http://www.invisibleoranges.com/2013/08/stream-rosetta-myo-the-miraculous/
Tagged: Rosetta

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DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
August 6th 2013
8822 Comments


you can hear another one here, too

http://www.invisibleoranges.com/2013/08/stream-rosetta-myo-the-miraculous/

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MrElmo
August 6th 2013
1955 Comments


Grand, reminds me of the approach they took on their cover of Desintegration. Impatiently waiting for the next 2 days to go bye quickly...

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
August 6th 2013
8822 Comments


the album will be released late tomorrow night!

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 6th 2013
31173 Comments


Cheers Noctus, I added the link in

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Ignimbrite
August 6th 2013
5345 Comments


These are god damn excellent.

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Relinquished
August 6th 2013
25060 Comments


they're tight, but I'm not feeling it

inb4 joke

cagedescending
August 6th 2013
4124 Comments


bretty gud

JAV
August 6th 2013
1938 Comments


Sounds pretty Rosetta.
Preferring Hara to Myo right now.

MasBarHigeuoris21
August 6th 2013
1581 Comments


Good song. Hopefully rest of the album is as good as this song

FadedSun
August 7th 2013
1270 Comments


Sounds okay. I think I might be over post-metal, though.

North0House2
August 7th 2013
5857 Comments


These are bloody solid.

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geasoftime
August 7th 2013
1139 Comments


This will be Rosetta's worst album to date if these two songs say anything about the rest of the album. The hxc is much more prevalent than it need be, and the production is weak. I hope it grows on me, because it's pretty much the only notable release until September.

MeatSalad
August 7th 2013
14540 Comments


That album cover is laughably terrible

Crysler
August 7th 2013
74 Comments


What the fuck is up with the production ? And where's the post rock in this ?

Volt2187
August 7th 2013
241 Comments


Songs are good, glad they upped the hardcore. Nice to see them branching out and trying different things.

rosettaforlife
August 7th 2013
5 Comments


Crysler - The post rock is in the mellower part in the middle of "The Center", in case you missed it

Volt2187
August 7th 2013
241 Comments


O and don't forget people this is just 2 songs off an album we all know will be 60 minutes or longer so calm down. We'll know in a few hours how it rates.



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