Rosetta Announce New EP

2014-05-23 by rosettaforlife | 26 Comments
Rosetta have announced a new EP entitled "Flies to Flame", slated for release at an undetermined time later this year.

The band posted the following update:

“Our new EP, titled Flies to Flame, is being mastered this week. It’ll be out later this year in traditional formats — LP and
CD — on Translation Loss Records. This [is] not a pay-what-you-wish digital release.

This recording was a departure from our normal working style. We wrote the material in late 2012 and recorded it in a garage in
early 2013, while we were writing 'The Anaesthete'. It’s deliberately lo-fi, jangly, and experimental, a tribute to the stripped-
down sound of the post-rock and drone records we loved when Rosetta began.

Most of it was improvised as it was being recorded, and it was not edited or ‘fixed’ to make it sound polished. All the grit is
there. We used different instruments and equipment than we normally play with, since this material isn’t intended to be played
live. Instead it functions as a kind of process document, from an important and transitional year in our life as a band.

For the first time since 'The Galilean Satellites', we did all recording and mixing ourselves (with the invaluable help of our
intern engineer, Alex Ruday). Mike Wohlberg is returning to create the artwork and layout, and James Plotkin is mastering it for
both CD and vinyl.


Track list:

1. Soot
2. Seven Years with Nothing to Show
3. Les Mots et les Choses
4. Pegasus

http://www.theprp.com/2014/04/24/news/rosetta-finishing-up-new-ep-flies-to-flame/

Tagged: Rosetta

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thecheatisnotdead
May 23rd 2014
715 Comments


Excited for this, despite having forgotten virtually everything about the Anaesthete. Still, grimy
Rosetta is great Rosetta.

R6Rider
May 23rd 2014
4824 Comments


just hope it's better than Anaesthete

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ImmortalPaper
May 23rd 2014
117 Comments


Despite Anaesthete not living up to my expectations, I'm still pretty excited for this.

North0House2
May 23rd 2014
5898 Comments


Anaesthete was such a disappointment in my book. I've lost my faith in these guys, hopefully this rekindles it.

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Xenophanes
Staff Reviewer
May 23rd 2014
10705 Comments


I forgot how bad that last album's art was

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
May 23rd 2014
22342 Comments


good news

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RogueNine
May 23rd 2014
1554 Comments


It'll probably be more like the Rosetta we know, even if it's a different recording process.

YUJOS
May 23rd 2014
971 Comments


Great news!


Avagantamos
May 23rd 2014
3058 Comments


sounds interesting, will listen

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AdolfChrist
May 23rd 2014
1871 Comments


eh, might check this out. their debut was the only good thing theyve done imo, everything else was extremely average, though wake/lift had its moments.

tacos N stuff
May 23rd 2014
432 Comments


Fucking pumped!
bands have their ups and downs, anaesthete was a bummer but i have faith in this

DatBeefPudding
May 23rd 2014
1387 Comments


this name reminds me of rosseta stone. Lol.

MuhNamesTyler
May 23rd 2014
4912 Comments


Mike Wohlberg



Ah so close

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DatBeefPudding
May 23rd 2014
1387 Comments


i didnt even notice that ^ lmao indeed, so very close.

zaruyache
May 23rd 2014
8081 Comments


Grimy post-rock? m/

MasBarHigeuoris21
May 23rd 2014
1647 Comments


just hope it's better than Anaesthete [2]

While I don't think Anaesthete is as bad as everyone else thinks, it's no where near as good as their past records. Hopefully this EP will be a return to form



FearThyEvil
May 23rd 2014
12985 Comments


sweet

Wizard
May 23rd 2014
19790 Comments


Ewww band.

withateethuh
May 23rd 2014
91 Comments


They will probably never live up to Galilean Satellites or Wake/Lift again, but thats kinda okay because those are absolutely amazing albums.

XingKing
May 24th 2014
11090 Comments


I have my hopes up. They've literally only let me down once after four records, so I'm looking forward to this

GringoSuave89
May 24th 2014
1086 Comments


Sweetness

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Butkuiss
May 24th 2014
4286 Comments


Hopefully its more satisfying than The Anaesthete. They'll probably never hit an album as amazing as ADOM again but meh.

TheBarber
May 25th 2014
2657 Comments


awesome news but what about that one-mega-track ep that was announced since last year?

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TheMoreira
May 25th 2014
7183 Comments


New EP.... hm that must mean it will have less than 1 hour of play time k

Ending
May 25th 2014
1924 Comments


Hell yeah. I just want another The Galilean Satellites though to be honest.

JAV
May 25th 2014
1996 Comments


Should be interesting to see what they do after the last album.



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