This is a more focused Rosetta. With this album it shows they are happy with their 'space metal' sound. It has left them with the time to tweak their dynamics to add some differentiations. Such as nice chunky riffing to close the track 'Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin', incorporating some clean vocals on 'Release' and in between throwing in a melancholic instrumental 'Blue Day For Croatoa'. Not one track on here is out of place or boring.rThis is Rosetta's best work to date.
A strong step in the right direction where Wake/Lift took a definite wrong step. Without a doubt, nothing they've done recently can stand up to the brilliance that was Galilean Satellites, but this album has assured me that the band isn't just another one-album-wonder band. 3.8/5
It's so interesting...at fist i thought it was pretty good but the more i listened to it the more i started to appreciate Rosetta's new sound. It's practically on par with TGS now and is definitely my favorite album of 2010. Truly a magical band.
Title track is extremely epic but I still feel the album is very post-metal with a more get to the point feel than other bands in the genre. A very solid album that brings a ""prettier"" blend of ambient metal.
Almost perfect the whole way through, not one moment is boring. Rosetta kept safe with their sound but further developed their strong hardcore influences with some crushing riffs here and there, especially in the second track. Get this now people.