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Mike Gun
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Mike Gun that's how it's meant to be. massive riffs, heavy and slow. no fucking around. Favorite track: Perpetual Motion.
Mystery Fang
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Mystery Fang Monoliths-Heavy. Slow. Like it says on the packet. Doom spelled backwards is Mood. Definitely is suited to a certain mood for me,took a couple of listens to get into it, but really,really enjoying this one now. Favorite track: The Omnipresence of Emptiness.
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Jonathan Monoliths is the perfect hybrid psychedelic drone/doom album. It's heavy enough for doom fans but the music possesses a psychedelic drone overlay that psych/stoner fans would enjoy. I know because I'm a psych/stoner, as opposed to doom, fanboy. Regardless of labels, Monoliths is a great head banging album. Highly recommended. Favorite track: The Omnipresence of Emptiness.
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dale wilson Please give us more Monoliths - it's all said above, psychedelic, drone/doom that sets a heavy mood but we need more of it. Favorite track: Perpetual Motion.
Rob Hammer
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Rob Hammer I'm not quickly impressed but this release grabbed me by the balls right from the start!!! very heavy, almost entirely instrumental doom with the exception of some growls... need to hear more!!! Favorite track: Perpetual Motion.
Mortimer Potts
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Mortimer Potts It’s the kind of doom I like the most: heavy but not too angry, serious but not stuffy, obstinate but vast, slow but not motionless. With the strong use of repetition comes also a strong sense of drone, which is always the testbed for the power of the riff. ((( Favorite track: Perpetual Motion.
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Monoliths play heavy and slow. No plan, no goals, just riffs. Monoliths are three friends who came together in Nottingham through a love of raw and heavy metal.

This is the beginning of a very heavy journey.


Henry (drums)
Tanya (bass and vocals)
Tobin (guitar and vocals)

Recorded by Boulty at Stuck on a Name Studios, Nottingham

Mastered by James Plotkin

Artwork by Ross D Mckendrick

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released July 1, 2016



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Heavy. Slow.

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