Monuments are In Stasis

2022-01-25 by Voltimand | 16 Comments
UK progressive metal band Monuments have announced details of their new album In Stasis due for release on April 15 this year, with pre-ordering available starting February 4th.

In regards to the album's title and concept, the band states it relates to "This feeling of being stuck in the middle, something we experience throughout our lives... This album is a culmination of our greatest triumphs and our deepest struggles." This album will be the first release with the band's new lineup after long-time members Chris Barretto and Olly Steele left the band in 2019 and 2021, respectively.

In addition to input from producer Mick Gordon (DOOM, Killer Instinct), In Stasis will also feature guests Neema Askari (He Knows, Fellsilent) and Spencer Sotelo (Periphery, Mothership).

Track list:
1. No One Will Teach You (ft. Neema Askari)
2. Lavos
3. Cardinal Red
4. Opiate
5. Collapse
6. Arch Essence (ft. Spencer Sotelo)
7. Somnus
8. False Providence
9. Makeshift Harmony
10. The Cimmerian

The music video for the first single "Lavos", which premiered in September 2021, can be viewed here:




More information about In Stasis including artwork can be found on their official Facebook announcement and website:

https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=493610015458810&set=a.233172554835892
https://www.thisismonuments.co/

Tagged: Monuments (UK)

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Laen
January 25th 2022
740 Comments


Neema in a Monuments song!

migueldemolina
January 25th 2022
12 Comments


Spencer + monuments should be interesting.

Gnocchi
Staff Reviewer
January 25th 2022
17107 Comments


will this be more Michael Jackson metal

Tundra
January 25th 2022
7310 Comments


LOOL Periphery sucks LOOL wow this will blow hrad men m///

kalkwiese
January 25th 2022
8597 Comments


Agreed

YesMaMan11
January 25th 2022
46 Comments


Can't wait to hear the track with Sotelo!

Voltimand
January 25th 2022
1454 Comments


Olly and Chris will be missed, but Andy is a great vocalist and I think is a great fit for the band. The artwork for this is fantastic as well.

Listening to "Lavos" again, track's grown on me and Mick does add an extra layer of depth that "Animus" was lacking when that single was released. Jumping on the hype train m/ m/ m/

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bigweinerdon
January 25th 2022
2156 Comments


Not sure if I wanna hear an entire album of Andy spewin cleans out his ass

Voltimand
January 25th 2022
1454 Comments


^Well, you can at least look forward to more João guitar covers:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8NtLlzqSu4

bloc
January 25th 2022
68457 Comments


Album title and track names are the most djent things ever

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nash1311
January 25th 2022
4147 Comments


This ripsssss

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Aluktodolo
January 25th 2022
303 Comments


Drums sound absolutely compressed to death on that track.

NonApplicable
January 26th 2022
2935 Comments


Did they replace Olly Steele?

Get Low
January 26th 2022
12323 Comments


"Spencer + monuments should be interesting."

This actually already happened once way back on their first album.

Purpl3Spartan
January 29th 2022
3472 Comments


Ur mom is in stasis

Voltimand
January 30th 2022
1454 Comments


"Did they replace Olly Steele?"

No, they're a 4-piece now



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