Transcending Into The Cold

by Rosaceae

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• : • : • ė • : • : • meh. it's 'ok' I suppose. honestly though this does absolutely nothing for me personally. the way they recorded the rhythm guitar/secondary layered guitar(s) in comparison to the main lead guitar drives me absolutely insane.

(purchased before listening based on comments).
Atmospheric Black Metal Cat
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Atmospheric Black Metal Cat Definitely a strong Cascadian BM influence on this release, although quite a bit more raw than what you normally hear in that vein. Really like this release.. Might be one of the better releases I have listened to this year. Favorite track: Solar Descent. The Crimson Sky Casting Immemorial Darkness, Throughout The Pine Glade.
Isaac Navarro
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Isaac Navarro A very heavy yet understandable message. Of man's natural depravity and how it parallel's nature.
I find this album best appreciated in late Fall through early Winter. Favorite track: Solar Descent. The Crimson Sky Casting Immemorial Darkness, Throughout The Pine Glade.
Mario Polzin
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Mario Polzin Admittedly, this is an album that required a bit of time in order to get me from "this sounds quite interesting" to "this is pretty damn good", but nevertheless, once I got a feeling for Rosaceae's sound, I couldn't help myself but to enjoy it. A lot. Raw, powerful and yet very emotional. Definitely recommended. Favorite track: Solar Descent. The Crimson Sky Casting Immemorial Darkness, Throughout The Pine Glade.
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Tangled branches of the ancient forests stripped bare.
Grey skies cast an icey silhouette across the land, and the sun withdraws...
Transcending into the cold
Twigs, roots and rocks buried by winter desolation
The first frost.

Releasing this album as a limited edition CD in the close future!
for more info, contact: liammcgeorge@gmail.com

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released March 27, 2013

Many thanks to Shurong and Morkner for help with the Rosaceae logo. Also to Oana for the beautiful photographs used for the album art work.

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Inspirations And Ideologies Drawn From The Faultlessness And Perfection Of Nature

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