SubRosa - More Constant Than The Gods


8.4 | 88 votes |
Release date: 17 September 2013
Style: Sludge metal

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01. The Usher
02. Ghosts Of A Dead Empire
03. Cosey Mo
04. Fat Of The Ram
05. Affliction
06. No Safe Harbor

Line-up
Sarah Pendleton - violin, vocals
Kim Pack - violin, vocals, cello
Rebecca Vernon - guitars, vocals, vibraphone, hammered dulcimer, piano
Andy Patterson - drums
Christian Creek - bass

Additional musicians
Bill Frost - additional guitar
David Payne - clarinet
Jason McFarland - vocals
April Clayton - flute

There's not much I can say about SubRosa that I haven't said before. They are undoubtedly the best at what they do in the female-membered doom circuit, and More Constant Than The Gods is the perfect follow up to their sophomore album. If you like moody, psychedelic sludge metal with eccentric female vocals and oddly dissonant violin then this is the album for you.



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09.01.2015 - 22:46
Rating: 9
Dangerboner
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I think Fat of the Ram is my favorite song from last year

I get shivers down my spine during the part where she bellows, "There's never shelter for me in the halls of the righteous"
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23.03.2016 - 14:37
LuciferOfGayness
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Good album. Great violin riffs, I just wish it was a bit heavier.
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23.03.2016 - 16:08
!J.O.O.E.!
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This is as heavy as it needs to be. There are few things heavier than Fat of the Ram anyway, so not sure what else someone could want.
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24.04.2016 - 22:24
LuciferOfGayness
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Written by Guest on 23.03.2016 at 16:08

This is as heavy as it needs to be. There are few things heavier than Fat of the Ram anyway, so not sure what else someone could want.


Listening a lot to their albums at the moment and they are as heavy as they need to be. And I enjoying this so much I think its fair to say that they are of the best doom/sludge bands out there at the moment. I might have to upvote this more.

And by the way: RIP JOOE
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