Pennsylvania post-metal/sludge metal band Rosetta admittedly don’t fall neatly into either of the aforementioned genre descriptors, but that’s not the point. The point is that they fully deserve to be among your favorite bands, period, if you’re unfamiliar with them. To put it simply, they’re a veteran band that has elements of post-rock, sludge metal, dream pop, ambient soundscapes, and just about any melodic metal subgenre you can think of. If this sounds good, it 100% should.
PS: we’ve included a handy Spotify playlist of all 6 of their full-length records. Listening to their discography all the way through is a good play, if you have the time.
There’s many variations of this saying, but an old adage goes something like this: you have to know where you’ve come from to know where you’re headed next. If you look at the music trends of a decade ago, many of the “it” bands and albums back then directly or indirectly correlate to the popular music we have now. This goes for almost every genre of music, whether pop, hardcore, pop-punk, or metalcore.
We’re taking a look at 10 albums from 2007 that you likely grew up listening to in high school, college, or maybe even elementary school. We start off with a really influential one that defies categorization…