22:09 - Jericho Rehling I remember struggling to understand directions to quests - sometimes they were just wrong, and you had to really wander to find things. And nothing marked on the map for you, so you had to really work to find dungeons too.
22:03 - !J.O.O.E.! I miss its art style, atmosphere and exploration feels from Oblivion and Skyrim.
22:02 - Jericho Rehling I grew up on Morrowind. Probably logged over a thousand hours on it in my early teens. Never really got hooked into Skyrim the same way, though I sank a lot into Oblivion too.
21:43 - !J.O.O.E.! This laptop has limited gaming capabilities but thought I'd throw a few games on for train journeys etc. I love Morrowind though. Much more so than Oblivion and Skyrim. Am downloading Oblivion right now for testing reasons
21:38 - 3rdWorld @Joe You tried Elder Scrolls III Morrowind on Win10? Wow, were you checking backward compatabilities or do you really love the game? I tried it once, it was pretty boring to me. I removed it and waiting to try Oblivion or Skyrim.
French doomsters Monolithe have revealed the title for their upcoming fifth opus. Titled Epsilon Aurigae, the follow-up to 2013's Monolithe IV was revealed by their label Debemur Morti Productions. Poised to break out of their usual single-track studio album cycle, the album is said to bring in a new chapter in their groundbreaking discography. A YouTube teaser is available below with new sounds. What do you think? Will the change be for the better?
As they had previously revealed, French doomsters Monolithe are working on new material. 2015 will mark a new chapter in Monolithe's history. The band will hit the studio in March 2015 to record two new full-length albums. These records will not be one-track albums. More news about them will spread in a few weeks.
Monolithe have many new things in store. Over a course of 10 years, the band has released 4 one-track full length albums, 2 EPs and one compilation, all of them being part of the same universe, the same story. "The Great Clockmaker" saga is now complete and fulfilled. Consequently, Monolithe, such as it has been known, is no more.
French doom purveyors Monolithe retread their cosmic journey with a string of releases this year. Besides re-releasing their previous two EPs in a unified fashion, they also issued the remastered version of their sophomore album, Monolithe II, complete with new artwork to seamlessly blend with the rest of their monolithic catalogue. It was released on the 18th of July (the 22nd for North America) via Debemur Morti Productions.
Doom metallers Monolithe promised a cosmic trip on their new one-track opus Monolithe IV but do they deliver it? Its release is only scheduled for October 18th except for North America on November 12th via Debemur Morti Productions, but you can stream the whole piece right here. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.
The upcoming Monolithe opus promises to be an epic piece of music with just one 55-minute track. The band has now released the first six-minute extract of the full song and you can hear it right here right now. It should at least give you a perspective on some of the routes explored in this new journey that is Monolithe IV.
After revealing Monolithe IV album cover, doom metallers Monolithe have now released the first album teaser. Their new offering will be released worldwide on October 18th, 2013, except for North America on November 12th through Debemur Morti Productions. Be ready for the band's new 55-minute epic and feel the weight of Monolithe IV by watching the video trailer below.
French doom metallers Monolithe have unveiled the cover artwork that will grace their upcoming album. Take a look at it below, it was created by At The Ends. Monolithe IV will contain one long track (surprised?) which the band describes as: "...a cosmic trip offering over 55 minutes of perfectly-orchestrated doom, controlled from one edge to another, never interrupted by silence. More dense and more powerful than even its glorious predecessors..."
Doom metallers Monolithe have announced that their new album, titled Monolithe IV, the last installment of its epic saga, is now complete. The album will consist of one single 57-minute song. Be ready to confront this beast during the fourth quarter of 2013 on Debemur Morti Productions.
Doom masters Monolithe have entered Andrew Guillotin's Hybreed Studio to mix and master the band's new album titled Monolithe IV, the last installment of the series which started with Monolithe I. If all goes according to plan, this new one-track album will be unleashed by the end of the year via Debemur Morti Productions.
The French doom metal band Monolithe is on a roll and has recently announced the recording of a new album titled Monolithe IV this year. It is set to be recorded in mid-winter/spring with an expected release in late 2013. The opus will be the last of the band's saga which started with the release of Monolithe I in 2003.
The countdown for the release of Monolithe III has begun. The new and third Monolithe album will hit stores on January 8th, 2013 in North America and on November 16th, 2012 in the rest of the world through Debemur Morti Productions. The band has also released a preview of the album, which can now be seen below. Find more album details here.