Stream new Monkey3 record
2013-10-23 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 14 Comments

Swiss act, Monkey3 have made their upcoming 4th studio effort, The 5th Sun, available for streaming through Napalm Records. The album will be released on October 25.

Stream The 5th Sun here - http://shop.napalmrecords.com/monkey3

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
October 23rd 2013

3353 Comments


Strong record. Icarus and Suns are awesome.

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HomerPimpson
October 23rd 2013

241 Comments


Monkey see Monkey do
Monkey 3 Monkey2

swordsforhands
October 23rd 2013

398 Comments


^ That made me laugh harder than it should have.

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Mad.
October 23rd 2013

3668 Comments


Solid 4/5, stoner rock meets post rock.

Plz review Insomniac?

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
October 23rd 2013

3353 Comments


I was gonna review this, but if you want to, go ahead. I can post mine later.

Mad.
October 23rd 2013

3668 Comments


Nah, yours would be a lot better than mine, wit your vast knowledge of stoner, I'll support ya for a
feature

Lovin' Birth of Venus though

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
October 23rd 2013

3353 Comments


As you wish. You can post it at any time if you change your mind. The whole record is great, but the first three tracks are the best IMO (Icarus, Suns and Birth Of Venus). This one and 39 Laps are their best stuff.

Mad.
October 23rd 2013

3668 Comments


For me Beyond the Black Sky is definitely better than this, haven't listened to the whole of 39 Laps
though

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
October 23rd 2013

3353 Comments


39 Laps is harder than Beyond, more like the new one. It also has some of their best songs (Xub and Jack). Do you like My Sleeping Karma ? They're quite similar in sound with Monkey3. Also, Rotor (the German one) are another big stoner band that is not far from this (they are more technical I believe).

Mad.
October 23rd 2013

3668 Comments


I've heard My Sleeping Karma before, Tri is a good record, slightly boring though.
Rotor haven't really done anything for me, I've only heard 4 though.

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
October 23rd 2013

3353 Comments


My Sleeping Karma are great if you listen to some songs only, because they're repetitive. Rotor are cool, but you have to be in the mood for them, I don't listen that often.

Mad.
October 23rd 2013

3668 Comments


Have you ever listened to Hawkwind?! I guarrantee you'd love them. One of the founding fathers of stoner/space rock. Try In Search of Space, Hall of the Moutain Grill (my personal favourite) or Warrior on the Edge of Time

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
October 23rd 2013

3353 Comments


I have only listened to various songs, not albums as a whole. Don't know why. Either way, I'll check these out in full, thanks!

Mad.
October 24th 2013

3668 Comments


No problem, but a word of warning, they're not accessible so give them some time.



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