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***BACK IN STOCK!!! Received an 8.3 rating from Pitchfork. Since their formation in the summer of 2005, Subrosa has been recognized as one of the more unique bands in the doom / rock genre. Underpinned by a monolithically heavy rhythm section and featuring two electric violinists and the enchanting vocals of Rebecca Vernon, the Salt Lake City-based group garnered widespread critical acclaim in 2011 for their third album (and Profound Lore debut) No Help for the Mighty Ones, a powerful mix of Kyuss, Sleep, L7 and PJ Harvey as well as folk, neoclassical and chamber music influences. With their newest full-length, Subrosa presents their most accomplished and enrapturing work yet, one that shall bring the band even more accolades. More Constant Than the Gods continues in the vein of its predecessor while improving upon the aspects that landed that release on so many “Best of 2011” lists (Decibel, Pitchfork’s “Show No Mercy” column, etc.). The meticulously composed and beautifully structured album is not only the best-sounding Subrosa recording yet, it’s also the heaviest. Destined to be one of the most lauded doom metal / rock releases of 2013, More Constant Than the Gods will earn Subrosa a place alongside Royal Thunder, Kylesa and Witch Mountain as one of the most prominent bands of the genre.