Monolithe II

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  • <cite class="fn">Daizahn </cite>
    Teeming with powerful, crushing, dark-yet-melodic Doom Metal, "Monolithe III" ushers the listener on a journey through time and space, introducing a plethora of moods and twists along the way. The quintessential listening experience; live it.
  • <cite class="fn">Shakat </cite>
    Nov 11,  · Monolithe manages to couple this with a believable and absorbing atmosphere, the feeling of being in a black, unrelenting, freezing cold wasteland far beyond Earth’s atmosphere – or even this universe. To team this intricate songwriting with such an atmosphere is just about unheard of, when one excels, the other usually falters, but not here.
  • <cite class="fn">Goltijin </cite>
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Monolithe II on Discogs.4/5(13).
  • <cite class="fn">Gardazahn </cite>
    - 20 years of MONOLITHE! The band is celebrating its 20 years of existence in a couple of months. Until then, let's have a look on each and every releases of the band, shall we?
  • <cite class="fn">Yojind </cite>
    Funeral doom is well-known for being achingly slow and crushingly heavy, which is reflected partly in the composition of 'Monolithe II', but those familiar with Thergothon, Funeral, and Skepticism are going to scratch their heads a little at some portions of this song, which progresses much more quickly than any of the traditional bands of the genre, throwing a lot more instrumental variety in too beyond simple .
  • <cite class="fn">Tegore </cite>
    MONOLITHE II is a reissue of MONOLITHE's sophomore album, all pimped-up with new artwork and new mastering. Recommend this Item to a Friend Product Feedback.
  • <cite class="fn">Yoshicage </cite>
    Recording information: Recorded in December & January Mixed and mastered in February, March & April in RR Studio. Identifiers: Barcode: 8 7.
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  • <cite class="fn">Yorg </cite>
    "Monolithe II" allows itself to be more melodic at the beginning to suck the unsuspecting listener into its suffocating vortex. On the later stages, monumental melodic riffs intermingle with dissonant parts intended to mess up all comprehending senses. Find time to be alone for an hour.

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