By now, you have probably heard that Subrosa will soon release a new anticipated album called For This We Fought The Battle Of Ages. But before we listen to a track off the record, the sludge metal band has released "Key Of The Eidolon," an exclusive Decibel Flexidisc series song. Take it as a taste of (great) things to come. Check it out via SoundCloud.
After previously announcing that they were working on a new album, Subrosa spill the beans today regarding its details. First of all, you don't have to wait that much to hear new material from the group. Titled For This We Fought The Battle Of Ages, their new album comes three years after the sludge doom metallers released More Constant Than The Gods. The eagerly anticipated fourth album from Subrosa is due for release on August 26th, 2016 via Profound Lore Records (CD/2xLP/Digital). Can't wait? Check out cover and tracklist below to get a sense of the new record.
North American doomsters Subrosa have been in the studio working on their fourth album. The anticipated follow up to More Constant Than The Gods (2013) will be released on Profound Lore Records and the band has set a tentative release date for July or August. Either way, it's coming out this year!
Here is another great festival coming to California. After the California Deathfest 2015 was announced, now it's time for Psycho California Festival 2015 which will happen at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California, from May 15th-17th, 2015. Why should you go? Well, for starters, Kylesa, Om, Russian Circles, Earth, Eyehategod, Pallbearer, Subrosa, to name just a few, are performing. And that is just the beginning folks!
Subrosa will have a busy next few months. The Americans have announced tour dates in Europe as well as a North American tour with Boris and The Atlas Moth this summer. As for the European dates, Subrosa announced six shows around Hellfest. Subrosa will present their latest album More Constant Than The Gods while Boris is releasing the new album Noise in June and The Atlas Moth prepares the new output The Old Believer.
Subrosa were touring with Samothrace in the US in support of their new album More Constant Than The Gods. Unfortunately, they have been forced to drop off the remaining dates due to several setbacks which include instruments that were stolen from their van, two violins, several electric guitars, a bass guitar, and a gear bag containing the band's tour money and personal belongings. Their tour van was broken into, ransacked and robbed on tour in Sacramento, California.
If you were hoping to see Subrosa play the new songs from More Constant Than The Gods live, you will get lucky at least in the West Coast of the US. The sludge metallers just announced a string of West Coast dates with the mighty Samothrace for this November. Subrosa will be playing this tour with Dave Jones, Subrosa's bassist from the No Help For The Mighty Ones days.
Subrosa have recently shared for streaming yet another new song from their new and already third album More Constant Than The Gods. The song is called "Ghosts Of A Dead Empire" and you can enjoy the 11-minute track at this location. Start your weekend with doom.
You won't have to wait any longer to hear new material from sludge/doom masters Subrosa because the band has already debuted the first song off of their new opus More Constant Than The Gods coming on September 17th. After unveiling the album's artwork recently, now it is time to check out the tracklist. More importantly, you can listen to the new track "Cosey Mo" below, so waste no time and hear the seven-minute mammoth.
It's time to reveal the cover art that will grace the new album from sludge metallers Subrosa. The new album is called More Constant Than The Gods and the cover was created by Glyn Smyth of Scrawled Design. How about new music? It seems like we will have to wait a bit more for that. However, the album is set for release on September 17th via Profound Lore. It is not that far away.
After releasing their acclaimed second album No Help For The Mighty Ones two years ago, sludge metallers Subrosa have now started recording the follow-up to that album. At this stage, the drums are being tracked for six songs for the upcoming Profound Lore Records release.