MONOMORTE'S REMASTERED EP "AD EXTREMVM" OUT NOW ON BRUTAL RESONANCE RECORDS!
“Find your inner witch and dance under the moonlight with MONOMORTE’s remastered EP ‘Ad Extremvm’.”
In 2013, witch house producer MONOMORTE cursed the Earth with his diabolical beats. Mixing industrial, nu goth, and ambient beats into one sole product, the occult phenomenon moved like time itself: slowly, engaging, and lethal. Since that period MONOMORTE has spent his days releasing number after number, remixing the likes of HEALTH and Mr.Kitty with official endorsements from the artists, appearing on Noire Antidote's 2018 album "Negative Etiquette", collaborating with artists such as Moi Saint, and finding time to produce further EPs and singles of which there are too many to count.
Arguably his finest release came in 2014 with the EP “Ad Extremvm”. The originally six track release was short, sweet, and beautiful. Hammering home themes of occultism and wiccan ideologies “AD EXTREMVM” has become a cult hit among MONOMORTE’s fans as well as us at Brutal Resonance. It’s for these reasons and more that we at Brutal Resonance Records are proud to announce the re-release of Monomorte’s seminal EP “AD EXTREMVM” in digital and limited edition, engraved cassette formats.
This new version is the remastered version MONOMORTE released in the beginning of the year. Coming along with it is a brand new bonus track suited for the album ‘Ave Satana’ – a near six-minute meditation extending the original album and further glorifying the magic found within. The download for the EP will come with an additional single mix of the album; no need to shuffle through the songs. They’ll play right in a row just for you. You can check out the trailer for the EP below and you can stream / purchase it HERE.
Oct 30 2020
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.
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