This limited edition LP was originally released in 2010 by Science of Silence in the US, and features beautiful mid-century modernist design and typography by Interrobang Letterpress with "Constants Logo" and "Seeing Hand" designed by Mike Repasch-Nieves at Radar Visual.
We only have a handful of these hand numbered (of 150) left in black vinyl.
The album was produced by Justin K Broadrick and was the FIRST album recorded at solar powered The Radar Studio in Clinton, CT.
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This album breaks conventions with most post-metal. It at once can be played next to shoegaze then breaks out into a fury of aggression and still remain catchy. For my money Rosetta are at the top of the food chain. After all the amazing albums Rosetta has, it boggles the mind that they can still innovate and surprise me. I love that I can play this next bands as diverse as Ride, Slowdive, Joy Division, The Cure, Godflesh, and Neurosis. It's a pure delight on the ears. Bryon Wilson
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Many bands would kill to get the huge sound Junius lays down on" Eternal Rituals..." While not exactly metal (some riffs may say otherwise), these songs hit with a heavy and direct emotional weight. Check "Beyond The Pale Society" or the absolutely astounding "A Mass for Metaphysicians" for an example. Pretty nice, under the radar album that will surprise you. bcb723