Single Hitters, Vol. 2

by Monolith

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Colin M.
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Colin M. Slow, sinister, and heavy. A fitting continuation of the Single Hitters series. Favorite track: Coldbringer.
Oliver Juan
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Oliver Juan It's blackened doom, it's not a long EP and it has sick fuzzed ioffs wich will make you angry.
It's distinction with other doom bands is that the rythm alternates between slow and swift but keeps beeing heavy. Come on and try not to bang your head on Coldbringer ! Favorite track: Coldbringer.
FDJ
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FDJ More bite-sized doom and drone from Monolith. Will we ever see the hour long epics again? Favorite track: Burn.
Zhakathoom
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Zhakathoom FDJ; I personally would like to see a release of bitesized monoliths amounting to an hours epic.

Personally I think the music is great, but the smaller portions makes it easier to distinguish, identify and savor the individual tastes.

In short: www.lhe.no/Caching/Monolitten-lite.jpg is a better monolith than noduslabs.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/black-monolith-space-odyssey1.jpg
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released August 2, 2015

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