Astrea is the band's first album since Nathan Fairweather and Chris Cayford joined the band at the end of last year, and was recorded by Jason Sanderson. Jason was the man behind the band's debut album Hysterics, and has worked with a host of other bands including 65 Days of Static and Brontide. Astraea cemented Rolo Tomassi's place as one of the most exciting and expansive bands in the British rock community. The album includes some of the most direct, heaviest tracks the band has ever written including album opener Howl and Echopraxia, which sees the band at their most technical, as well as a number of songs that showcases the band's melodic progressive side including Illuminare, which highlights the lighter beauty of Eva Spence's vocals.
Coloured vinyl includes download code.