Pre-Orders for the MONOLITH CULT debut album ‘Run From The Light‘ is now available direct from the Future Noise webstore HERE. This much anticipated recording will be available on White Vinyl and CD but for those who want both formats a Vinyl & CD bundle is also available.
MONOLITH CULT are heavy fucking rock fueled by sounds of Goatsnake, Grief, Sabbath, Purple, Heep, Rainbow and Dio, described as “Good times for the end times”, featuring members from the likes of Lazarus Blackstar, Solstice, Ex-Khang and Ex-TDR
‘Run From The Light’ track listing:
01. Sold Down The River
02. Monolith Cult
03. Blind Watchmaker
04. Violent Movements
05. Human Cull
06. Suicide and Heroin
Recorded & Mastered at Stuck On A Name Studios in Nottingham by Boulty. Sleeve designed & assembled by Rich Walker
MONOLITH CULT has arrived to save your soul from this life of hell.
Lee Baines – Guitar
Izak Gloom – Bass
Damo Clarke – Drums
BryOutlaw – Throat
As it was announced previously, to celebrate the up and coming MONOLITH CULT album, the band have arranged a release party in their home town of Bradford on Friday 26th July at The Black Swan, Thornton Road. The bill will also included the monstrous BASTARD OF THE SKIES and RISE TO THUNDER. This triple bill of heaviness will cost you nothing as it’s FREE ENTRY, doors 7pm, starts 9pm, we are advising people to get there early, there’s also a Facebook Event set up HERE.
A few reviews already in for ‘Run from the Light’
“The album is expertly produced and played by all involved. I hope this is the start of many great things to come from this superb band. It is simply a stunning album I cannot recommend highly enough. – THE SLUDGELORD
“Monolith Cult, a foot-stomping, fist-in-the-air rabble-rouser. Here the vocals are Joe Lynn Turner possessed by Ronnie James Dio, and, despite Bry’s candour, it works a bloody treat. The crooning rides beautifully atop Baines’ guitar, a tuned down riff machine that’s ever changing, ever-fluid and ever brilliant” – THE LAIR OF FILTH
“Monolith Cult are able to accomplish throughout as one might hope, also giving a glimpse of where the foursome might be able to go with the sound their next time out. At around five and a half minutes in, it kicks into a steady thud that finishes the album with a moment of ultra-satisfying groove, giving a last-minute surprise to what’s already proven an impressive debut. – THE OBELISK