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  1. Rome-Hall-Of-Thatch-CD-64601-1

    In Conversation: Rome, “Hall of Thatch”

    January 19, 2018  |  In Conversation  |  Comments (2)

    The Senior Staff cast an eye to the self-critical and spiritually weighty themes of Rome’s latest opus, Hall Of Thatch.

  2. Ecstasphere

    Tracks: December 4th, 2017

    December 4, 2017  |  Tracks  |  Comments (0)

    Our last Tracks post of the year brings new tunes from Gasoline Invertebrate, Ecstasphere, Desert Monolith, S S S S, Rome, and Prurient.

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    I Die: You Die’s Top 25 of 2016: 15-6

    December 28, 2016  |  Year End  |  Comments (3)

    Our Year End coverage rolls on with our next batch of 2016′s best releases!

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    In Conversation: Rome, “The Hyperion Machine”

    August 17, 2016  |  In Conversation  |  Comments (1)

    We discuss the forthright songcraft which makes Jerome Reuter’s latest LP a commanding listen, as Rome enters its second decade.

  5. Rome - Coriolan

    Rome, “Coriolan”

    April 26, 2016  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The new EP from Jerome Reuter samples from various styles in his catalogue and provides a tantalizing appetizer for the future.

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    We Have a Technical 100: Wepisodes of the Ebsite

    April 21, 2016  |  We Have a Technical  |  Comments (5)

    The podcast reaches the century mark with a new interview with Jerome Reuter of Rome.

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    Photograph: Rome, “Anthology 2005-2015″

    October 7, 2015  |  Interviews, Photograph  |  Comments (0)

    We chat with Jerome Reuter about his 10 years of genre-redefining work in neo-folk and ask for reflections on songs from his new anthology release.


    I Die: You Die’s Top 25 of 2014: 15-6

    December 17, 2014  |  Year End  |  Comments (1)

    The Top 25 train keeps on rollin’ with entries 15-6!

  9. Rome - A Passage To Rhodesia

    Rome, “A Passage to Rhodesia”

    July 24, 2014  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (8)

    Rome’s latest opus focuses on a conflict likely unfamiliar to many Westerners, and adopts a unique and harrowing perspective in doing so.

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    An Interview With Jerome Reuter of Rome

    June 20, 2013  |  Interviews  |  Comments (2)

    We talk to neo-folk hero Jerome Reuter about the tension between the personal and the historical in his work, navigating expectations, and what the future holds for Rome.