SubRosa has called it a day. The Salt Lake City doom metal band announced via Facebook that they’re ending the band (for now). “After a magical 13-year run, SubRosa is calling it quits (for now),” the post reads. “Rebecca decided she wanted to focus on her solo project, The Keening, and Kim, Sarah, Levi and Andy have all been able to focus their creative energies on other musical ventures. We would never have experienced our dreams as reality without you, and we cannot thank you enough. Rather than despairing over what is lost, we want to continue this journey with you.”
The band has shared links to several new projects they’re individually working on, including Teleprom, DØNE, The Keening, Asphodel Wine and an as-of-yet unnamed “album that is heavier than a truckload of lead bricks.”
SubRosa’s last album was 2016’s For This We Fought the Battle of Ages.
SubRosa’s No Help for the Mighty Ones is on our list of the Top 66.6 Metal Albums of the Millennium.