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Album Review

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. In a genre like doom, where giant, overdriven guitars are used to lull listeners into a stoney trance, little details like actually being interesting can be easy to overlook. Fortunately, SubRosa have shown themselves again and again to be one of the most captivating bands to rise to prominence in the post-Isis world of artful and thoughtfully crafted doom and post-metal.

Customer Reviews

Brilliant, Beautifully Brilliant

Congrats on the amazing album.

I absolutely love this band..

I'm so glad that I can now listen to a new SUBROSA album. This band is one of my faves of the last five years. So much emotion and heart is heard on thier records. I just love it. Beautiful and haunting.. Great, great listen.

Biography

Formed: Salt Lake City, UT

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Salt Lake City, Utah's SubRosa extrapolate upon sludge, doom, and stoner rock foundations with contrasting elements drawn from goth, psych, indie rock, and, thanks in part to their predominantly female lineup, an almost subliminal post-riot grrrl vibe to boot. Despite roots reaching as far back as 2005, the band's full-length demo and first album, Strega, both emerged in 2008, and to mixed reviews, since SubRosa were still refining their sound and coping with lineup instability throughout, even up...
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