MONO – Recoil, Ignite (Part II)
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Artist: MONO
Title: Recoil, Ignite
Album: Rays of Darkness
Release Date: October 28, 2014

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The Last Dawn and Rays of Darkness are a pair of new albums by MONO. Recorded at the same time
yet conceptually and creatively contrasting, the two act as both opposing and complementary sides to a story. No strangers to narratives, the similar albums discover
near themes for the band: Hope and hopelessness, love and fall, cosmic joy and unskilled pain. Those natural parts of living thing and the tortuous relationships they produce got
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-present. Rays of Darkness is the second MONO album in 15 years to feature no orchestral instruments any. That truth
uncomparable is frightful surrendered the band's reputation for all-inclusive, noble instrumentals that recall Oscar-desirable film scores. Instead, Rays of Darkness added intimately resembles a jet engine personable off inner a shrivelled, crowded auditorium. It is MONO's blackest album always, a assembling of dried riffs, doom rhythms, and an unthought-of share from succeeding-allegiant pioneer Tetsu Fukagawa of Envy. The album ends with the living wreckage of distorted guitars and unpropitious drones playacting out a eulogy to the days when MONO flaming aglitter rays of floodlit unswerving on the face of it
incessant darkness.

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