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  1. Monoliths & Dimensions might be the most aptly named album in my discography. Hypnotically slow chord progressions and huge sounds create a compelling landscape. The album opens with "Aghartha," the longest and, arguably, strongest of the four tracks/5(41).
  2. Jul 17,  · Literally the heaviest and most evil thing you'll ever hear (besides maybe the Oracle EP by these guys.) This is my favorite release by Sunn. If you've never heard of them, its just really long atmospheric dark songs. It is beautiful yet at the same time just pure evil. -Jacob Rice.
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  4. Where previous SUNN O))) releases have seen moments of tormented aggression scream from the speakers or melodic enchantment wash over the listener, "Monoliths & Dimensions" seems to be here to.
  5. Monoliths & Dimensions [Vinyl] opens with "Aghartha," the longest and, arguably, strongest of the four tracks. Featuring Attila Csihar on vocals, "Aghartha" is 17+ minutes of harrowing, dream-inducing noise. As far as commenting on the whole "Monoliths and Dimensions" by Sunn O it would not be fair because I have not heard enough of it /5(30).
  6. May 29,  · And there's the album's other giant, opener "Aghartha". As close as Monoliths gets to the classic drone of Sunn O)))'s past, O'Malley and Anderson paw /
  7. Monoliths and Dimensions succeeds because it is the sound of a new music formed from the ashen forge of drone, rock, and black metal. In its seemingly impenetrable, slow, spacious, heavy sonic darkness, this is the new way forward for not only Sunn 0))), but for extreme rock 9/
  8. Jan 17,  · Monoliths & Dimensions might be the most aptly named album in my discography. Hypnotically slow chord progressions and huge sounds create a compelling landscape. The album opens with "Aghartha," the longest and, arguably, strongest of the four tracks. Featuring Attila Csihar on vocals, "Aghartha" is 17+ minutes of harrowing, dream-inducing noise/5(30).

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