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9 thoughts on “ Mono - Rays Of Darkness

  1. MONO. 東京都, Japan. Official online store of Japanese Instrumental Rock band MONO. Labels: Temporary Residence Ltd. (North America) and Pelagic Records (Europe).
  2. Rays of Darkness  is the first  MONO  album in 15 years to feature no orchestral instruments whatsoever. That fact alone is remarkable given the band’s reputation for sweeping, dramatic instrumentals that recall Oscar-worthy film scores.
  3. Sep 25,  · The short teaser promotes both Rays Of Darkness. and The Last Dawn, which will be the band’s followup to ’s For My Parents. The albums come out .
  4. At the end of MONO’s summer tour, these ideas were committed to tape in London and the result is ‘Exit in Darkness’ – a mesmeric coming together of two artists from opposite ends of the globe whose creative approach could not have melded more eloquently. Out Now on LP & Digital via Pelagic Records.
  5. Oct 20,  · MONO's only disappointing album - MONO Rays Of Darkness is the second half of a double-album release. It's a short, perplexing album full of noise. Rays Of Darkness is the second half of MONO's double-album release.
  6. The Last Dawn and Rays of Darkness are a pair of new albums by Mono. Recorded simultaneously yet conceptually and creatively disparate, the two act as both opposing and complementary sides to a story. It is Mono's blackest album ever, a collection of scorched riffs, doom rhythms, and an unexpected contribution from post-hardcore pioneer Tetsu Fukagawa of Envy. The album ends with the.
  7. Rays of Darkness is the first MONO album in 15 years to feature no orchestral instruments whatsoever. That fact alone is remarkable given the band’s reputation for sweeping, dramatic instrumentals that recall Oscar-worthy film scores. Instead, Rays of Darkness more closely resembles a jet engine taking off inside a small, crowded auditorium.
  8. Rays of Darkness is the first MONO album in 15 years to feature no orchestral instruments whatsoever. That fact alone is remarkable given the band's reputation for sweeping, dramatic instrumentals that recall Oscar-worthy film scores.
  9. Feb 19,  · Rays of Darkness is the sad side, it features songs of hopelessness, futility of life and despair. It certainly lives up to its title as the band goes to great lengths to make a dark sounding album. It certainly lives up to its title as the band goes to great lengths to make a dark sounding album/5(3).

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