Sophie K of Total Rock radio recently conducted an interview with U.K. progressive tech metallers MONUMENTS. You can now watch the chat below.
MONUMENTS' debut album, "Gnosis", was released in North America on September 25 through Century Media Records. The CD was originally supposed to be released last year via Basick Records. MONUMENTS has since split with the U.K.-based label, which issued the band's debut EP, "We Are The Foundation", in 2010.
MONUMENTS earlier in the year recruited singer Matt Rose after they went through a long, grinding, and global search for a new frontman.
For several months, Rose worked with the band to make this a monster of an album. Rose entered Fortress Studios in May with Dan Weller (SIKTH) for final vocal production and recording.
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MONUMENTS' "97% Static" video can be seen below. The clip was directed by Stuart Birchall of Numinous Pictures.
John Browne - Guitar
Olly Steele - Guitar
Adam Swan - Bass
Mike Malyan - Drums
Matt Rose - Vocals
"97% Static" video:
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