Subrosa - More Constant Than The Gods mp3 flac
SubRosa is an experimental sludge-doom band from Salt Lake City, a city plagued by the tension of opposites. Within the SubRosa crucible, sludgy low-end and high volume lock arms with ultra-melodicism, folk and experimental elements delivered through the haunting ambience of two electric violins. supported by 113 fans who also own More Constant Than The Gods. ═════════════╗ Jasmine Rose Fuentes. For This We Fought The Battle Of Ages by SUBROSA. supported by 111 fans who also own More Constant Than The Gods.
Complete your SubRosa collection. With this, their third full-length release, Subrosa have put out an album of half a dozen towering megaliths of sound that really capture the essence of what Doom is all about. This is no hackneyed rip-off of all the great bands that have proceeded them, Subrosa truly do have a unique sound. Titanic, yet fresh-sounding riffs form the basis of their sound, overlayed with sometimes slightly off-key elements, such as some of the vocals and the violin, which have a disconcerting effect on the listener. All this, coupled with thought-provoking lyrics, ensure that, although most of the tracks clock.
SubRosa don't get any negative marks for that, as the violins are among the main reasons for this album being so different. I find that it's an instrument that conveys emotion in a way that isn't possible with the standard guitar or keyboard, and throughout More Constant than the Gods they're used to full effect. They convey chaos in a way that I've never heard before throughout this album but they're also very controlled to do so, as paradoxical as it may sound
SubRosa’s first two albums were strong testaments from a doom band with an interesting lineup and manifest interests outside of metal. There’s folk storytelling and alt-rock worthy choruses, doom intensity and classical grandeur.
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On More Constant Than the Gods, the third full-length outing from SubRosa, the Salt Lake City doom merchants show off their knack for hooking listeners in with an album of enthralling mini-epics. While many of the tracks come in at over 11 minutes, you won't find much in the way of wasted time here, as every moment of the record is used to establish a sense of dramatic tension and atmosphere
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On their fourth full-length More Constant Than The Gods, this doom metal collective skillfully chisel space for themselves amid low-end amplifier worship, neo-classical chamber music and dark Americana. The skeleton of their sound is typically based on gargantuan riffs and methodical rhythm section, yet the lead guitar parts are curiously emulated by a pair of violins. Another tremendous asset of SubRosa is Rebecca Vernon whose clean vocals don't comply with genre conventions either. Treading a fine line between '80s goth and '90s indie rock, she explores the record's underlying theme of empathy with aplomb. What's more, Vernon knows the value of guitar tone, putting in dense, ultra-heavy riffs whenever a song calls for them.
|B||Ghosts Of A Dead Empire|
|C2||Fat Of The Ram|
|D2||No Safe Harbor|
- Mastered At – Endarker Studio
- Arranged By [Noise Parts Between Tracks], Mixed By, Mastered By – Magnus "Devo" Andersson*
- Bass, Written-By [Uncredited] – Christian Creek
- Cello, Written-By [Cello] – Kim Pack (tracks: B, D2)
- Clarinet, Written-By [Clarinet] – David Payne (tracks: C2)
- Drums, Written-By [Uncredited] – Andy Patterson
- Flute, Written-By [Flute] – April Clayton (tracks: D2)
- Guitar, Vocals, Dulcimer, Piano, Written-By [Dulcimer], Written-By [Piano], Lyrics By [Uncredited], Written-By [Uncredited] – Rebecca Vernon
- Guitar, Written-By [Extra Guitar Work] – Bill Frost (tracks: B)
- Illustration, Layout – Glyn Smyth
- Vibraphone, Written-By [Vibraphone & Male Vocals] – Rebecca Vernon (tracks: A)
- Violin, Vocals, Noises [Noise Parts Between Tracks], Written-By [Noise Parts], Written-By [Uncredited] – Sarah Pendleton
- Violin, Written-By [Dulcimer], Noises [Noise Parts Between Tracks], Written-By [Noise Parts], Written-By [Uncredited] – Kim Pack
- Vocals [Male Vocals] – Jason McFarland (tracks: A)
- Written-By [Flute] – Rebecca Vernon (tracks: D2)
- Written-By [Slide Guitar Riff] – Kim Pack (tracks: C2)
NotesRepress sold on European tour April 2015.
Matrix / Runout information on side C (113085E3/B) distinguishes this version from original black vinyl pressing (113085E3/A on side C).
Artwork inspired by Helen Gaspard Vernon, Sept. 17, 1944-Dec. 17, 2007.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 113085E1/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 113085E2/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side C): 113085E3/B
- Matrix / Runout (Side D): 113085E4/A
|PFL 123||SubRosa||More Constant Than The Gods (CD, Album)||Profound Lore Records||PFL 123||Canada||2013|
|PFL 123.5||Subrosa||More Constant Than The Gods (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Cle)||Profound Lore Records||PFL 123.5||Canada||2016|
|PFL 123.5||Subrosa||More Constant Than The Gods (2xLP, Album, RP)||Profound Lore Records||PFL 123.5||Canada||2015|
|PFL 123.5||Subrosa||More Constant Than The Gods (2xLP, Album, RP, Cre)||Profound Lore Records||PFL 123.5||Canada||2016|
|PFL 123.5||Subrosa||More Constant Than The Gods (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Cre)||Profound Lore Records||PFL 123.5||Canada||2013|