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Monolithe - Kosmodrom

7.1 | 34 votes |
Release date: 25 November 2022
Style: Doom metal


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01. Sputnik-1
02. Voskhod
03. Kudryavka
04. Soyuz
05. Kosmonavt

[Limited edition bonus CD]
01. Kold [The Cure cover]
02. Orion's Misery [Metallica cover]
03. Invasion A.D. [Carpenter Brut cover]
04. Brave / Murder / Day [Katatonia cover]
05. The Killing Moon [Echo & the Bunnymen cover]
06. Spatial Cases [Massive Attack cover]

Staff review by
It’s unfortunate that Monolithe have become lodged in my head as ‘the band that does weird stuff with their song lengths’. Admittedly, the extent to which they have placed patterns in their track lengths on each album does mean that they have no one else but themselves to blame for that, but nevertheless, the consistent quality of their music across records, including this one, does make anything that draws attention away from said music an unnecessary distraction.

published 04.12.2022 | Comments (9)

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25.11.2022 - 16:24
Bad English
Tage Westerlund
In own way cosmic doom metal, monolithic interprataions about ancient alien doom metal theory
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25.11.2022 - 16:37
Rating: 8

It's been a while since I've listened to a Monolithe record (probably since I reviewed Okta Khora), but I'm getting a vibe from most of this album that feels quite different to what I remember from the previous ones; a greater sense of melody, and less of the dramatic ominous tone that seemed to pervade a lot of their previous music

Having said that, the 26-minute closer is pretty ominous

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