Philadelphia Sludge outfit ‘Rosetta’ will release album number five – aptly titled ‘Quintessential Ephemera’.
Now a five piece after welcoming Eric Jernigan (City of Ships) on guitar and vocals, the new album will see the band explore new areas of sound, texture and light.
“Quintessential Ephemera is both existential and deeply hopeful. It has some of our most moody work to date, but has an upward force to it that delivers an appropriate counterpoint to the darkness and nihilism of The Anaesthete”.
Quintessential Ephemera was recorded and mixed at Machines With Magnets (Battles, The Body, Braveyoung) in Providence, and mastered by Colin Marston (of Gorguts, Krallice, Dysrhythmia) at The Thousand Caves in New York.
The album will be available via the Rosetta band camp page and utilise the increasingly popular ‘pay what you wish model’ June 22nd.
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1. After the Funeral
2. (Untitled I)
3. (Untitled II)
4. (Untitled III)
5. (Untitled IV)
6. (Untitled V)
7. (Untitled VI)
8. (Untitled VII)
9. Nothing in the Guise of Something