Mono Post New Track
2012-07-18 by DarkNoctus CONTRIBUTOR | 18 Comments
Japanese post-rock quartet Mono have posted a new track from their upcoming album, For My Parents. The track is called "Dream Odyssey".

You can stream it for free on Soundcloud.

http://soundcloud.com/biz-3-publicity/mono-dream-odyssey

For My Parents will be released on September 4th on Temporary Residence LTD Records.
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Tyrael
July 18th 2012
20883 Comments


shweet!

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DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
July 18th 2012
8822 Comments


it has pretty melodies and orchestra [:

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ILJ
July 18th 2012
6672 Comments


I literally just listened to them for the first time today. I'm already hooked. Time to go through their entire back catalog before this drops.

Sirob
July 18th 2012
2653 Comments


band is so good song is so good

Zackkkk
July 18th 2012
84 Comments


Post rock has been getting stale as of late, but I'm really looking forward to this. Now we just need GYBE to release an album.

BallsToTheWall
July 18th 2012
44472 Comments


OMFG! I'm cumming buckets.

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minty901
July 18th 2012
2014 Comments


hmmm. its ok. feel like ive heard it all before though. still need to give it the headphones treatment.

RangerTaffles
July 18th 2012
257 Comments


bliss

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
July 18th 2012
23841 Comments


song rules, band rules, cant wait for new album, will rule (despite being unfortunately titled)

North0House2
July 18th 2012
5857 Comments


Mono for my parents.

They have a biological warfare agenda. Jk.

I'll listen to this... But post-rock's felt pretty meh to me lately.

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Oceanus
July 18th 2012
877 Comments


It's pretty pretty, yup.

dnpnts
July 19th 2012
63 Comments


damn noctus... i submitted this as news but you beat me to it.I don't mind considering your love for a certain Portland band;)

Pretty song, pretty Mono.

CaptainDooRight
July 19th 2012
29390 Comments


I can feel the love.

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DoubtGin
July 19th 2012
6752 Comments


bad

edgesoftwilight
July 19th 2012
55 Comments


This sounds exactly how I thought it would. Though it's good, it's not incredible. It's pretty generic, predictable and drags on and on and on....this is coming from a fan of a lot of their previous work.

SwayzeFaced
July 19th 2012
349 Comments


not as good as toe but i like it just the same.

minty901
July 19th 2012
2014 Comments


finally listened in headphones. hmmm. its good. but its more of the same. take one emotional tone, lay it on really thick, and make it gradually louder over 8 minutes. at least explosions in the sky move between multiple tones and crescendos in a single song. mono need to break out of their own mold.

afergusonart
July 19th 2012
220 Comments


gorgeous track



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