Rosetta Planning Junius Split, Calling on Fan Donations for Recording

by | Feb 9, 2011

Rosetta are planning a split release with Junius, which will include a new track and a Soundgarden cover song.

The band, however, may potentially be forced to cancel their upcoming recording sessions due to lack of funds, which would delay the effort’s release. Following their recent stint with Kylesa, the group was faced with $2000 worth of van repairs.

The band is calling on friends and fans for donations to help finance the recording. Those interested can find further information here.

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