Scorched Tundra VIII Announces Lineup with Acid King, Oxbow, The Atomic Bitchwax and More

Posted in Whathaveyou on June 27th, 2017 by JJ Koczan

In all places and in all things, I remain a sucker for a good bill. I’ll be elsewhere this same weekend, as The Obelisk is presenting the Emerald Haze festival in Dublin, Ireland (info here), and I’ve been fortunate enough to be invited over for that, but a good bill is a good bill, and if you happen to be in Chicago or can head that way, Scorched Tundra VIII has one to offer, with Acid King, The Atomic Bitchwax and Oxbow positioned as headliners across three nights from Sept. 1-3 at The Empty Bottle.

Those names are enough to grab attention, to be sure, but toss in the post-metallic breadth of Minsk, perpetual sludge scumbags FistulaPelican offshoot RLYR (only fair since it’s Chicago after all), and others, and yeah, it looks like a damn fine way to spend a couple of nights, provided your calendar doesn’t conflict.

Tickets are available now and you’ll find those links and more info below, courtesy of the fest:

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ACID KING, OXBOW, THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX, FISTULA, MINSK, BEHOLD! THE MONOLITH, AND MORE CONFIRMED FOR SCORCHED TUNDRA VIII

Scorched Tundra is proud to announce the lineup for its eighth edition. The second installment of 2017 – taking place September 1-3 at The Empty Bottle in Chicago – will feature the showcases’ most diverse and extensive lineup to date.

Friday September 1st
The Atomic Bitchwax
Fistula
Electric Hawk

Saturday September 2nd
Acid King
Minsk
Wolvhammer
Bottomed

Sunday September 3rd
Oxbow
Behold! The Monolith
RLYR

Tickets for each day can be purchased at the following links:

Friday September 1st:
http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?eventId=7524445&pl=eb&dispatch=loadSelectionData

Saturday September 2nd:
http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?eventId=7523745&pl=eb&dispatch=loadSelectionData

Sunday September 3rd:
http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?eventId=7524415&pl=eb&dispatch=loadSelectionData

Scorched Tundra’s mission is to give a new generation of talented artists a unique live platform in Chicago and Gothenburg. Scorched Tundra’s billing – based on sound not stature – creates a unique aural experience for the audience. “The forthcoming eighth edition was the most enjoyable to put together as the lineup is extremely eclectic and in many ways different from past iterations. All of these artists are newcomers to Scorched Tundra; they are very difficult to pigeonhole; and transcend categorization. Intimate, historic, and highly respected, The Empty Bottle in Chicago will once again play as a perfect host to this unique set of artists,” states organizer Alexi Front.

Scorched Tundra VIII marks the event’s much anticipated return to Chicago after last years two day sold out event. The third ever Scorched Tundra beer – brewed in collaboration with Pipeworks Brewing Company –an India Pale Ale dry hopped with Australian and American aromatic varietals – will be available at select bars and stores in Chicago in August and at the festival. Longtime Scorched Tundra collaborator Axel Widén created artwork for the beer label and festival poster. Seven other Pipeworks beers will be available as part of a tap takeover throughout Scorched Tundra VIII.

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The Atomic Bitchwax, Live at Maryland Doom Fest 2017

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Roadburn 2016 Audio Streams: Behold! the Monolith, Blind Idiot God, Blood Ceremony, CHVE, Hills, Of the Wand and the Moon & Peter Pan Speedrock

Posted in audiObelisk on August 8th, 2016 by JJ Koczan

peter pan speedrock roadburn 2016 (Photo by JJ Koczan)

I was fortunate enough to catch a few of these bands at Roadburn 2016, among them Hills, Blind Idiot God and Peter Pan Speedrock (seen above). As an American traveling abroad — though I’ll say that eight Roadburns deep, there’s a big part of me that feels like going to Tilburg in April is a homecoming as much as foreign travel — it was particularly thrilling to watch Dutch natives Peter Pan Speedrock round out my second night of the fest (review here), their boot-to-the-ass thrust seeming to be in direct contradiction to their stated intent to retire. From Sweden, Hills‘ jammy psychedelics were also thoroughly welcome and somewhat less performative than Goat, which is made up in some measure or other of the same players.

And what to say about Blind Idiot God? Performance art. I might liken it to the first time I saw Cynic after they got back together in that the New York trio were so utterly assured of what they were doing that they managed to carry the audience in the revamped Green Room along their bizarre, oddly-timed path. It was jazz with metallic arrangement, essentially, but the people in front of the stage to see it were rapt the entire time and the level of appreciation was palpable and well justified. They were nothing short of incredible.

Of course, the same could be said for Roadburn 2016 as a whole. “Incredible” is just kind of how it goes. This latest round of streams also featured Behold! the Monolith, Blood Ceremony, a solo set from CHVE of Amenra and Of the Wand and the Moon.

Please enjoy:

Behold! the Monolith – Live at Roadburn 2016

Blind Idiot God – Live at Roadburn 2016

Blood Ceremony – Live at Roadburn 2016

CHVE – VERMAPYRE – Live at Roadburn 2016

Hills – Live at Roadburn 2016

Of The Wand and The Moon – Live at Roadburn 2016

Peter Pan Speedrock – Live at Roadburn 2016

Thanks as ever to Walter for letting me host the streams. To hear the first batch of Roadburn 2016 audio streams, click here, to hear the second one, click here, to hear the third one, click here, and for all of this site’s coverage of Roadburn 2016, click here.

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Marcel Van De Vondervoort on Thee Facebooks

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Southwest Terror Fest V: Initial Lineup Announced

Posted in Whathaveyou on March 15th, 2016 by JJ Koczan

Granted, the type of extremity might vary, but five editions deep, Southwest Terror Fest is on its shit. Southwest Terror Fest V, set for this October in scenic — literally; the desert is gorgeous — Tucson, Arizona, brings together long-running grind horrifiers Pig Destroyer, post-metal inheritors Sumac, psych-sludge purveyors CHRCH, heavy prog-metallers Behold! the Monolith, and a whole lot of others in the micro-subgenre game for a weekend that I’m sure is only beginning to take shape with this initial lineup announcement. The fest has only grown more organized and more lethal with time, so keep an eye out for more news in the months to come.

For now, if you want to get your tickets, the links for that came with the PR wire info below:

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SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST V: Houses Of The Unholy — Initial October Festival Lineup Announced + Advance Tickets Available

The initial lineup for Arizona’s SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST V: Houses Of The Unholy has been announced, as early bird tickets for the event have been made available this week.

For the fifth installation of the annual SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST, this year’s edition will once again overthrow Tucson, the 2016 installment of the annual gathering running from October 20th through 23rd, with forty-five artists from across the US and Canada converging on three stages, including venues 191 Toole, Club Congress, The Flycatcher, and Gary’s Place..

The SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST V: Houses Of The Unholy initial lineup has been announced, this first wave of bands featuring Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Infest, Nails, Power Trip, Final Conflict, Full Of Hell, Sumac, Kowloon Walled City, Khemmis, CHRCH, Behold! The Monolith, Theories, Wake, and The Drip!

A very limited number of early bird tickets are now available.

The second wave of artists set to play SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST V: Houses Of The Unholy will be announced April 18th, the same day VIP passes and individual tickets go on sale.

Since 2012, the SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST gathering has seen hordes flock to the desert city of Tucson for several days of music, the event rooted heavily into the community through local business sponsorship and cooperation. Prior festivals have seen dozens of extreme artists from across the spectrum, including Neurosis, Sunn O))), Sleep, The Body, Goatsnake, Pelican, Author & Punisher, Kylesa, Red Fang, Hull, and countless others performing, and there are several dozen more acts still to be announced for the upcoming fifth gathering.

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Bongripper, Live at Southwest Terror Fest IV

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Behold! the Monolith and CHRCH Announce European Tour

Posted in Whathaveyou on March 8th, 2016 by JJ Koczan

Both Behold! the Monolith and CHRCH were announced for Roadburn 2016 back in November, but they’ve solidified a full round of European dates leading up to and through that fest that begins March 20 in Italy and includes stops at other fests like Tube Cult, Impetus and Doom over Leipzig as well. Each band is out supporting a 2015 release — in the case of Behold! the Monolith, it’s last fall’s Architects of the Void (review here), and for CHRCH, it’s their wildly well received debut, Unanswered Hymns (review here), initially self-released and then pressed to vinyl by Battleground Records.

The shows? They’ll be very, very heavy, and they’re part of a round of fests that the bands will play in the months to come. Behold! the Monolith and CHRCH will also feature together at Psycho Las Vegas in August, and CHRCH will also be at Crucial Fest 6 and Southwest Terror Fest later this year. Not too bad.

Dates for the European tour follow here, as well as both bands’ album streams:

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Behold! The Monolith and CHRCH European Tour 2016

In case we haven’t mentioned it, Behold! The Monolith will be touring Europe very soon with CHRCH! Hope to see as many of you as possible out there! Here are the dates:

30-3 – Horizon Club – Bolzano – Italy
31-3 – Shai Hulud – Carpi Modena
01-4 – Tube Cult Fest – Pescara – Italy
02-4 – Circolo La Mesa – Montecchio Maggiore – Italy
03-4 – Les Pavillons Sauvages – Toulouse – France
04-4 – Glazart – Paris – France
05-4 – La Scène Michelet – Nantes – France
06-4 – Hipster Café – Rouen – France
07-4 – The Pit’s – Kortrijk – Belgium
08-4 – AZ Wuppertal – Wuppertal – Germany
09-4 – Impetus Festival – Lausanna – Switzerland
10-4 – AVAILABLE
11-4 – venue TBA – Berlin – Germany
12-4 – Magasin4 – Brussels – Belgium
13-4 – Antwerp Music City – Antwerp – Belgium
14-4 – Roadburn – Tilburg – The Netherlands
15-4 – Innocent – Hengelo – The Netherlands
16-4 – Doom Over Leipzig – Leipzig – Germany
17-4 – Hafenklang – Hamburg – Germany

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http://beholdthemonolith.bandcamp.com/
http://www.beholdthemonolith.com/
https://www.facebook.com/chrchdoomca/
http://chrchdoomca.blogspot.com/
https://churchdoom.bandcamp.com/releases

Behold! the Monolith, Architects of the Void (2015)

CHRCH, Unanswered Hymns (2015)

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Roadburn 2016: Bang, The Body, Blood Ceremony, CHRCH, Repulsion, Behold! the Monolith and More Added to the Lineup

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 19th, 2015 by JJ Koczan

Another day, another sigh heaved by Roadburn 2016 and a list of, I don’t know, like, 45 lineup additions expelled. Like it’s just happenstance, no big deal. Oh, Repulsion are playing Lee Dorrian‘s curated day. Oh, Bang are doing their first European show ever and they’ve been a band since 1970. Oh, G.I.S.M. are playing outside Japan for the first time ever. Ho hum. Meanwhile skulls around the planet cave in simultaneously, mine included.

Particularly noteworthy? CHRCH. The Sacramento five-piece released their devastating full-length, Unanswered Hymns (review here), earlier this year, and it’s quite simply one of 2015’s best debut albums. Also Blood Ceremony, who’ll reportedly have a new record out by then, and Behold! the Monolith, whose new one, Architects of the Void (review here), came out this fall.

All this and more. Here are words from the PR wire:

Cult of Luna, G.I.S.M, Repulsion, Bang, and more added to Roadburn 2016 lineup

• CULT OF LUNA to celebrate tenth anniversary of Somewhere Along The Highway with a special performance.
• G.I.S.M, REPULSION, and BLOOD CEREMONY added to Lee Dorrian’s curated events
• BANG play their first show in Europe at Roadburn 2016.

CULT OF LUNA

2016 will mark a decade since CULT OF LUNA unleashed Somewhere Along The Highway – catapulting them to the top of end of year lists, and in to prized positions in record collections the world over.

Whilst the last ten years has seen the ascendency of CULT OF LUNA’s star, as well as two further stunning albums, Somewhere Along The Highway remains something of a marker in this history of the band. It seems fitting then, that just a week shy of the album’s official anniversary, CULT OF LUNA will be performing the album in full at the 013 venue on Thursday 14 April 2016.

It’s an honour to welcome back CULT OF LUNA to Roadburn Festival; the threads of their influence are weaved throughout many of the bands that have appeared on our line ups over the years. Join us as we honour the seminal importance of Somewhere Along The Highway, and celebrate all that CULT OF LUNA have achieved since its inception.

To find out more about CULT OF LUNA at Roadburn, click HERE

LEE DORRIAN’S RITUALS FOR THE BLIND DEAD

Joining Pentagram, Galley Beggar and With The Dead at Lee Dorrian’s curated events will be three newly added bands.

• G.I.S.M

Over a decade after ceasing activities, G.I.S.M. reappear for their first concert ever outside their native Japan – at Roadburn 2016. The absolutely legendary Japanese band embody the true meaning of cult – one of the first acts to bridge the gap between hardcore punk and metal, and in the process redefined danger and unpredictability with violent stage antics and the insane aggression of their music

Lee Dorrian comments: “I thought it was an extremely long shot for many reasons. Mainly because I knew that they had never performed outside of Japan but also, they hadn’t even performed a show in Japan for over a decade. I still can’t quite believe that this is actually happening but the flights are booked and they are getting ready to come and boot you so brutally fucking hard in the ass!”

G.I.S.M’s Sakevi added: “It’s my pleasure to be involved and to be part of such a cool festival. It’s our first time ever playing outside of Japan, and it will be our fist show at all since February 2002! We’ll be playing a so-called “classic set” – and I’m already looking forward to having a lot of fun at Roadburn.”

To find out more about G.I.S.M click HERE

• REPULSION

Over 25 years after the release of REPULSION’s standalone masterpiece Horrified, still stands as one of the major cornerstones of not only grindcore, but extreme metal as a whole.

Lee Dorrian, a pioneer in the scene himself, says: “The line-up for my curated event is getting more and more exciting as we go along. I can’t tell you how happy I am that REPULSION are still playing live and crushing skulls wherever they appear. The legacy of this amazing and extremely influential band continues to grow and spread like wildfire as the years go on. It is a great honour that Matt and Scott accepted my invitation to come and destroy you all at Rituals For the Blind Dead.”

REPULSION will rip the 013 venue apart on Friday, April 15.

To find out more about REPULSION, click HERE

• BLOOD CEREMONY

Canada’s BLOOD CEREMONY delivers the finest progged-out, occult-inspired acid folk this side of the early 70s, replete with an atmospheric Wickerman vibe, Hammer Horror organ, seriously doomy guitar riffage, and the sometimes soft, sometimes soaring vocals of Alia O’Brien, who’s also BLOOD CEREMONY’s flautist.

The band’s tales of witch-cult gatherings in wooded glens, pacts made in torch-lit abbeys and Victorian magic made such a huge impact on Roadburn back in 2011, thus we’re spellbound to report that Lee Dorrian has invited BLOOD CEREMONY to return to the 2016 festival on Saturday, April 16 as part of his curated Rituals For The Occult Pt.2 event.

To find out more about BLOOD CEREMONY, click HERE

BANG

Unsung heroes of the heavy ‘70s may be plenty in number, but few can offer the sweetness of groove that BANG bring to the stage, and we’re thrilled to announce they’ll be playing their very first European show ever at Roadburn 2016!

Says BANG of playing Roadburn, “We are incredibly excited to play Roadburn and for BANG to rock Europe for the first time. We know we have a lot of fans across the pond who are excited as well, and it’s going to be amazing to connect to that audience. We even heard they have amps over there that go to 11, so we will be extra loud!”

To find out more about BANG click HERE.

ALSO CONFIRMED:

Naðra, NYIÞ and Grafir – click HERE
The Body – click HERE
Full of Hell – click HERE
John Haughm – click HERE
Behold! The Monolith – click HERE
Chrch  – click HERE
Night Viper – click HERE
Sinistro – click HERE
Hair of the Dog – click HERE

FURTHER TICKETING INFORMATION

Tickets to Roadburn Festival 2016 are now on sale! Ticket sales got off to an incredible start with many of the available weekend tickets being snapped up within the first few days. There are still 3-day, 4-day, and Sunday tickets on sale. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday day tickets will be released at a a later date.
It is also possible to book camping tickets via Ticketmaster.

Click HERE for all the details.

http://www.roadburn.com/
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https://twitter.com/roadburnfest

CHRCH, Unanswered Hymns (2015)

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Behold! the Monolith, Architects of the Void: Poison for Protection (Plus Album Stream!)

Posted in audiObelisk, Reviews on September 17th, 2015 by JJ Koczan

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[Please note: Behold! the Monolith release Architects of the Void on Sept. 29, with vinyl to follow in December. Thanks to the band and PR for permission to host the album stream.]

Exclamatory genre-blenders Behold! the Monolith made their full-length self-titled debut in 2009. Then a trio, the Los Angeles-based outfit would follow that album with Defender, Redeemist in 2012, and now, three years later, they offer their third long-player in Architects of the Void. That would seem to be right on schedule, but the truth is much harsher, guitarist/vocalist Matt Price and drummer Chase Manhattan having lost bassist/vocalist Kevin McDade in a car accident shortly after the second album was released. With Architects of the Void, Behold! the Monolith — now a four-piece with bassist Jason “Cas” Casanova (also Sasquatch, ex-Tummler) and standalone vocalist Jordan Nalley — prove that not only do they have it in them to persevere after the tragic death of one-third of their original lineup, but that they’re able to do so in vital and righteously heavy fashion.

Taking cues from a variety of metallic styles from black, death, doom, thrash, post-Mastodonic crunch, and so on, Behold! the Monolith partnered with producer Billy Anderson (Sleep, Acid King, Neurosis, so many more) and constructed a seven-track/50-minute excursion into oppressive atmospherics and somehow-regal tectonics. The core of Architects of the Void is wildly aggressive, but the band’s application of that aggression is manifest in the Candlemass-style mournfulness of “Lord of Bones” and the manner in which death-doom ambience of opener “Umbral Vale” feeds into the tense intro of “Philosopher’s Blade” that precedes a thrashing gallop and some of Nalley‘s harshest, most biting vocals on the record.

Not to be understated is the fluidity of these changes and how easy Behold! the Monolith make it sound to mesh various stylistic elements. “Philosopher’s Blade” is a standout for its uptick in pace, but more so its sense of control, the class with which the four-piece execute their marauding progression and give way into the eight-minute “The Mithriditist,” wherein far-back-but-cleaner shouts, screams, growls, airy acoustic guitars, back-breaking heft, heavy rock swing and black metal all seem to find common ground to suit the band’s purposes. Among the most singularly impressive of Architects of the Void‘s tracks, it’s worth remembering that “The Mithriditist” is still just a piece of the overarching whole-album flow. A vicious part, though, and its wash of feedback and noise at the end fades to let “Lord of Bones” call to mind “The Samarithan” with its central riff but retain entirely more ill-meaning purposes, insistent and crushing largesse taking hold early in back and forth tempo shifts until, in the second half of the song, they dip full-on into blackened thrash extremity only to end cold and precise and sudden, churning to a head and then cutting out relatively quick.

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That brings about “Black Days of…,” which is the shortest of the tracks at 2:41 and more of an interlude, though one that retains the heavier material’s lung-deflating claustrophobia amid its samples, weaving-in-and-out feedback and drone, and in turn recedes into the bludgeoning of “Between Oder and the Vistula.” Alternately stampeding in its gallop, grooved in its doom and, at its most intense, all-out grinding, it fits with the wide breadth of “The Mithriditist” and “Lord of Bones” earlier, and it hits a grandiose crescendo in its midsection that I can’t help but associate with a Strapping Young Lad influence, especially vocally, before letting Price carry the bridge with a standout solo. Big, angry, fast, angrier. The real achievement is how Behold! the Monolith manage to offer something so wildly different-sounding in structure across these cuts while keeping the mood so consistent. Imaging being blinded with rage seven different ways.

Sounds exhausting, and by the time they get around to the 14-minute closing title-track, Architects of the Void will no doubt have lapped plenty of listeners. Still, it’s worth sticking it out for the finale not because it reaffirms the frenetic course of what comes before it, or because it pushes further from the manic pieces of “Between Oder and the Vistula,” but because its build is so clear in its linearity and because in their final movement, Behold! the Monolith seem less concerned with the multifaceted nature of their attack than with what a single progression put to its best use can accomplish. That’s not to say “Architects of the Void” doesn’t have its changes, or that the other songs don’t have a clear idea of where they want to be or what the varying pieces are working to accomplish, just that the balance shifts in a way that reinforces precisely that notion that the band are doing more across the album’s span than simply putting parts next to each other and calling it heavy.

The closer ends on a long fade topped by an obscure, manipulated sample that winds up being the last element to go, its human roots barely recognizable. After so consuming a trip, it feels as though Behold! the Monolith are leaving the listener in the void they’ve blueprinted, but when the smoke clears, the prevailing impression is less about what influences the band has mashed together than about what they’ve managed to build out of that mash. While keeping to a three-year timetable, Behold! the Monolith have overcome a tragedy that would be the undoing of many acts and moved forward on Architects of the Void with a sound that doesn’t at all forget where it came from, but keeps its intentions geared toward future growth.

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Behold! the Monolith New Album Architects of the Void Available to Preorder

Posted in Whathaveyou on July 27th, 2015 by JJ Koczan

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Los Angeles heavyweights Behold! the Monolith are taking orders now for their third album, Architects of the Void, which is set to release Sept. 29. The band have a bunch of different bundle deals set up for those who’d like a shirt to go along with their CD or vinyl (or both), and it’s their first outing since the death in a car accident of vocalist Kevin McDade in 2013, which is about as heavy as context gets, quite frankly.

The album was recorded and mixed by the one and only Billy Anderson, and the striking cover art is by Dusty Peterson. For more, we turn to the PR wire:

behold the monolith architects of the void

BEHOLD! THE MONOLITH to Release ‘Architects of the Void’ on September 29

Los Angeles stoner/doom metal band BEHOLD! THE MONOLITH will release new album Architects of the Void September 29 on CD, digital, and vinyl formats. The album can be pre-ordered at this location.

Legendary producer Billy Anderson has expertly harnessed the band’s smoke-belching locomotive style, while the songwriting is the most captivating of the quartet’s career. Guitarist Matt Price had this to say about the results:”It’s a relatively dark album, which is probably fitting. A few of the riffs and ideas had pretty much coagulated right before Kevin’s accident, and most of the others were colored by it, so yeah it feels kinda heavy and dark to me. I hope I don’t sound like a high falootin’ artisté, but it felt personal for me and Chase, so it wound up being more than just stringing riffs together, ya know? That being said Cas and Jordan came in and kicked ass and brought their own stamp to the sound. So it’s a bit different, but I think it captures the essence what Behold! The Monolith is all about!”

Architects of the Void follows critically acclaimed 2012 release Defender, Redeemist and marks the debut of vocalist Jordan Nalley who took the reigns following the tragic 2013 death of Kevin McDade in a car accident. The album will also be the first for new bassist Jason “Cas” Casanova (SASQUATCH). The album artwork was created by Dusty Peterson (Bloodbath, Six Feet Under, Oceano).

Jordan Nalley – Vocals
Matt Price – Guitar
Jason “Cas” Casanova – Bass
Chase Manhattan – Rhythm and Lead Drums

Produced by Billy Anderson and Behold! The Monolith

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Behold! The Monolith, Live in Los Angeles, March 18, 2015

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