SubRosa (3) ‎– More Constant Than The Gods

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Profound Lore Records ‎– PFL 123
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1 The Usher
Vibraphone [Written + Performed By] – Rebecca VernonVocals [Male] – Jason McFarlandWritten-By [Male Vocals] – Rebecca Vernon
2 Ghosts Of A Dead Empire
Cello [Written + Performed By] – Kim PackGuitar [Extra Work Written + Performed By] – Bill Frost
3 Cosey Mo
4 Fat Of The Ram
Clarinet [Written + Performed By] – David PayneWritten-By [Slide Guitar Riff In Chorus] – Kim Pack
5 Affliction
6 No Safe Harbor
Cello [Written + Performed By] – Kim PackFlute [Written + Performed By] – April ClaytonFlute [Written By] – Rebecca Vernon

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Comes in a digipak

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  • Matrix / Runout: 08/08/2013 02:28:16 AM #109557 2430208 01
  • Mastering SID Code: lFPl LN08
  • Barcode: 616892148548

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PFL 123.5 Subrosa (3) More Constant Than The Gods(2xLP, Album, RP) Profound Lore Records PFL 123.5 Canada 2015 Sell This Version
PFL 123.5 Subrosa (3) More Constant Than The Gods(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Cle) Profound Lore Records PFL 123.5 Canada 2016 Sell This Version
PFL 123.5 Subrosa (3) More Constant Than The Gods(2xLP, Album, RP) Profound Lore Records PFL 123.5 Canada 2015 Sell This Version
PFL 123.5 Subrosa (3) More Constant Than The Gods(2xLP, Album, RP, Cre) Profound Lore Records PFL 123.5 Canada 2016 Sell This Version
PFL 123.5 Subrosa (3) More Constant Than The Gods(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Cre) Profound Lore Records PFL 123.5 Canada 2013 Sell This Version

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Sonny92

Sonny92

August 11, 2017

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 in at over ten minutes, they never become boring.