The brand new EP from heavy, introspective Rosetta builds off of the concepts in their 2017 release, Utopiod, but takes them in a new and forward-driven direction.

“Those soundscapes developed with a concept and a story in mind, but we decided to step back from them and see where they could lead when considered on their own terms,” guitarist Matt Weed explains.

The album is broken up into four tracks: “East,” “South,” “West,” and “North.” The power behind each track is evident, and this isn’t the kind of release you want to put on shuffle. Each moment leads into the next with an expert flow, letting the album carry the listener on a journey.

If you’re a fan of melody and soul-filled prog rock and metal, this is a release for you.

Purchase the album here.


Addison is reviews and online news editor for New Noise. She specializes in metal, queer issues, and dog cuddles.

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