The Infinite Gallery (20th Anniversary Release)

The Infinite Gallery is a collection of work to celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Rosenshoul. This album contains selected tracks from the past 20 years as well as the complete tracks from the 2015 release Second Sin Vol 1. and unabridged versions of tracks from the 2014 film The Last Drive In by Shiro Takehiko.

Born in the darkness of the Tokyo underground music scene in the late 90's, The Rosenshoul quickly established itself as a pioneer in harsh industrial dark ambience. Walls of metallic sound washed over audiences before their first full length studio album Darker Blood released in 2000. Born from the minds of producers Duncan Ritchie and Shiro Takehiko, The Rosenshoul have played countless performances throughout Japan and Australia in the early 2000's releasing seven albums to date.

Released August 14, 2020.

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Darkly I Listen

Darkly I Listen through the raven.
Darkly I Listen through the trees and through the walls and the windows.
Darkly I Listen into your violent heart.

Now I will come to you.
Come to you as decay and death.
Come to you slowly.
Like the black dog in the blackest night.

And from the bloodiest of shadows I shall show you the hell you brought unto me. 

Releases August 14, 2017.

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Hidden Field

Devastating industrial clatter overwhelms melody and melancholy in what must be the greastest Industrial Dark Ambient experience any listener is likely to encounter! This album covers extraordinary ground in sonic resonance. Compelling and lethargic in its composition this is by far the most intelligent soundscape you'll ever encounter.

Released February 25, 2014.

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Low Winter Sun

The definitive album from The Rosenshoul. When all the combined elements work so fluidly as a whole you get a listening experience that separates acts like this from everybody else. Melodic, harsh metallic timbres that are The Rosenshouls signature elements soar to heights and descend to lows that will have you hooked for all 84 minutes! 

Released February 10, 2010.

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An industrial nightmare from beginning to end occasionally dropping in and out to reveal its dark and often fantastical ambiance. The Rosenshoul's constant all encompassing and dense noise is a one of a kind experience. There truly isn't any other musical project quite like this. It's as if you're drowning in sound, caught in a rip tide to which there is no escape.

Released June 25, 2008.

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