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2001-  Sylvain Bégot - guitars, bass, keyboards, programming
2001-  Benoît Blin - guitars, bass
2014-  Matthieu Marchand - keyboards
2015-  Olivier Defives - bass
2015-  Thibault Faucher - drums
2023-  Quentin Verdier - vocals
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2001-2003  Marc Canlers - bass
2001-2003  Nicolas Chevrollier - guitar
2001-2017  Richard Loudin - vocals
2005  Kristofer Lorent - bass
2007  Laurent Desvignes - vocals
2012-2014  Sébastien Latour - keyboards, programming
2014-2015  Jerome Lachaud - drums
2014-2015  Vincent Rémon - bass
2015-2023  Rémi Brochard - vocals, guitars
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2005  Manuel Mechling - accordion
2018-NA  Sébastien Pierre - vocals
2008  Vindsval - vocals
2019  Raphaël Verguin - cello
2022  London Lawhon - vocals
2022  Jari Lindholm - guitars

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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.
Review by musclassia ››
The song lengths vary, but the quality remains as reliably great as ever.
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What a fascinating entity Monolithe have become. This recently emerged EP has perhaps brought them closer to the mystery that their name and artwork has always hinted at, that of the glorious existential imaginings of 2001: A Space Odyssey, than their...
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Two years after the release of "Monolithe I" the French funeral doom artillery of Monolithe managed to release the sequel of their debut album under the name "Monolithe II". For one more time the album consists only of one composition...
Review by KwonVerge ››

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