The Galilean Satellites

Rosetta - The Galilean Satellites
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October 18, 2005 / Release Date
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Translation Loss Records / Label
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American sludge-metal band Rosetta has managed to get out of anonymity with their massive, highly ambitious debut, Galilean Satellites - a double-album consisting of two very distinct halves. The first part brings the band's fantastic brand of sludge/post-metal, in a strong set of vicious lenghty compositions. The songs up until the half of the album's total runtime are, for the most part, very well written, with distinct structures, varied progressions that include skillful riffage and sharp ... read more
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