View Full Version : New SubRosa album; More Constant Than The Gods

07-26-2013, 02:28 PM
Enchanting black magic doom rock/metal band SUBROSA have completed work on their new full-length album “More Constant Than The Gods”.
Following up 2011’s “No Help For The Mighty Ones”, an album which brought more recognition to the Salt Lake City contingent and became one of the most acclaimed doom metal-related albums of that year, “More Constant Than The Gods” not only sees SUBROSA delivering their heaviest and darkest album to date, but taking their playing and composition to a new level by adding more depth and substance to their music which comprises influences of doom metal, rock, chamber music, Americana folk/goth, and Appalachian murder balladry. Armed with a massive low-end rhythm section that interweaves with two electric violins in counterpoint and topped with siren-like vocals, “More Constant Than The Gods” (which was tracked by drummer Andy Patterson and mixed and mastered by Marduk bass player Devo Andersson in Sweden) will define SUBROSA as one of the most enrapturing and haunting bands in the doom movement today.
To officially be released Sept 17th, tracklisting for “More Constant Than The Gods” goes as follows:
The Usher
Ghosts Of A Dead Empire
Cosey Mo
Fat Of The Ram
No Safe Harbor
You can listen to the track “Cosey Mo” here:
- See more at: http://www.profoundlorerecords.com/subrosa-complete-work-on-new-album/#sthash.2P91qVaB.dpuf



07-26-2013, 02:42 PM
Nice. I thoroughly enjoy No Help For The Mighty Ones.

07-26-2013, 02:48 PM
Looking forward to this insanely, my only other possible AOTY to still come out. :drool: New song fucking rules. :rocker:

07-27-2013, 08:46 AM
Song was a little underwhelming on first listen but I'm so excited for this release.

08-15-2013, 12:55 PM