Rosetta The Anaesthete
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tacos n stuff
September 5th 2017


3181 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

it has its moments but i think its lack luster compared to their other stuff

BigPleb
September 5th 2017


61151 Comments


I love Morality buts that the only one I'm familiar with tbh, struggled to get into Wake/Lift.

Might try this.

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tacos n stuff
September 5th 2017


3181 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

if you dug morality you may fuck with quintessential or utopioid more but by all means give this a shot

oku, ku, and hara are pretty dope sangz

Confessed2005
September 14th 2017


5166 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Overall, this is definitely their weakest album but it is still pretty good.

0GuyMan0
April 24th 2018


3195 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Saw Ryu live the other night. Felt like they were going to collapse that little bar.

0GuyMan0
August 28th 2018


3195 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Doesn't get enough love.

0GuyMan0
August 2nd 2019


3195 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This album continues to grow for me. So much darker than the holy trinity before it.

TheWatchman71
August 21st 2020


146 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Finally getting round to listening to Rosetta. For whatever reason they have ended up being my last post metal band to listen to in a long list of bands so I finally feel that I’ve had my fill of this genre. So fourth one in and having read the review and comments first I was really expecting a dud but surprisingly I’d place this second after TGS. I’m really enjoying the change in sound here. Wake/Lift started well with the first two tracks but went off the boil for me until Monument. I know Temet Nosce gets called out as the best track but for me that song outstays it’s welcome by a long way. If it was 6-8 minutes then that would work for me - just not enough for 15 minutes. ADOM is great for sure but just doesn’t really move me at the moment, need more time with that album. However this album opens new musical doors. I do agree that the double instrumental close to the album is a frustrating end. Shugyo should have been either an opening atmospheric track to the album or a midway interlude, and ending the album with Ku would have been much better.



Edit: I still enjoy this more than ADOM but I was foolish saying this was better than Wake/Lift. Just a momentary lapse of reason. TGS was instant appeal. Wake/Lift has taken its time but it’s there now for sure. Also loving Utopioid massively.



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