Rosetta release teaser
2014-08-20 by XingKing | 22 Comments

Philadelphia post metal giants Rosetta have released a teaser for their upcoming EP Flies to Flame.

The EP is scheduled for release on October 14th and will feature 4 songs with a running time of 31+ minutes.

Teaser:




Pre-order:
http://translationlossrecords.bigcartel.com/product/rosetta-flies-to-flame-cd-preorder

Band Page: Rosetta

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XingKing
August 21st 2014
10563 Comments


Hopefully this is better than The Anaesthete. The band has come out and said that they have no intentions of ever performing this material live though

sunofwhales
August 21st 2014
79 Comments


New Amia Venera Landscape AND Rosetta material on the same day? #blessed

Love the heaviness, definitely sounds promising.

RogueNine
August 21st 2014
1274 Comments


Hmm, not sure about this. Only a teaser though.

henryChinaski
August 21st 2014
2753 Comments


Sounds good

MasBarHigeuoris21
August 21st 2014
1579 Comments


Sounds great. Wasn't expected to be smashed in the face with the heaviness but it's a welcome surprise

zaruyache
August 21st 2014
6428 Comments


I didn't really like The Anaesthete but I enjoyed what of their other albums I'd listened to. Does this sound like their old stuff?

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Ignimbrite
August 21st 2014
5331 Comments


I have faith.

tacos N stuff
August 21st 2014
359 Comments


*shrieks with excitement*

Torii
August 21st 2014
814 Comments


Neat stuff

CrimsonLies
August 21st 2014
2021 Comments


Sounds promising

Wolfhorde
August 21st 2014
13169 Comments


Mhm, sounds mostly like business as usual post-metal.

North0House2
August 21st 2014
5856 Comments


I don't know if it's me, but I'm really not digging the direction of their album artwork lately.

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MasBarHigeuoris21
August 21st 2014
1579 Comments


Yeah, I can't say I really dig the album artwork either but at least they are trying to be different

SourAK
August 21st 2014
1630 Comments


s t o k e d

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XingKing
August 21st 2014
10563 Comments


The album art definitely sucks but oh well

Arnaud
August 21st 2014
183 Comments


cover art is so post-metal

R6Rider
August 21st 2014
4608 Comments


Hopefully this is better than The Anaesthete. The band has come out and said that they have no intentions of ever performing this material live though

stupid

it's probably gonna be good then

SgtShock
August 21st 2014
91 Comments


Sounds good. I'm upset it's only an EP of course.

JAV
August 22nd 2014
1936 Comments


Waiter I'll have the new Rosetta please.

zaruyache
August 23rd 2014
6428 Comments


Wonder why they won't play this stuff live?

XingKing
August 23rd 2014
10563 Comments


From their Facebook; "Because the whole album is experimental studio pieces"

RogueNine
August 25th 2014
1274 Comments


Listened with headphones this time and it's a lot better. Should have done that in the first place.



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