Rosa is the second track of the album and is part of the first chapter "Revolutions"
Here is a little review that Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater wrote for his online magazine accent :
"(...)The band proudly states the big title and concept, ROSA, against another E groove which sets up the verse. The verse has got a lot of attitude coming from the female singer, which is awesome(...)
Now it is time for a nice break from the tonal center of E. The bass changes to D (thankfully), and the vocals are going for some really interesting harmonies featuring the male voice. I love this idea and the fact that there are the male and female elements to work with in the group(...)
Time to explore an A riff with some trippy spoken word voices entering around it. That effect is very interesting and things build well into the ROSA chorus. Having a driving linear riff like this one where you are playing constant moving notes creates the effect that you wanted! At this point some of the sections repeat which is important of course and everything ends with a fairly burning guitar solo that has a nice guitar and bass unison in the middle of it!(...)
Finally, your music has potential and interest, but more work should be done so the sonic experience that is the end result becomes more refined.
Thank you so much for sharing your music with us!"