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The Monolith Deathcult

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The Monolith Deathcult (2002-present): a Death Metal band from Kampen, Netherlands.

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odel of contradictions, The Mononlith Deathcult's public persona depict a picture of regular guys joking around. And occasionally that shows on their albums, with their spoken-word/sampled interludes. But when the real music starts it's all a unique blend of brutal death metal, industrial sampling, and symphonic grandeur.

Under the original membership of Robin Kok (vocals/bass), Michiel Dekker (guitar/vocals), Martijn Moes (guitars) and Sjoerd Visch (drums) they would be named Monolith to release a single album, The Apotheosis (2003), before changing their name to The Mononlith Deathcult to release The White Crematorium (2005).

III - Trivmvirate (2008) would see the arrival of Carsten Altena (keyboards).

After The White Crematorium 2.0 (2010), Tetragrammaton (2013) would see the arrival of Ivo Hilgenkamp on guitars.

After V1 - Versus: It Will Burn Us Without Leaving Ash (2017), Hilgenkamp departed, while Frank Schilperoot stepped in on drums. This line-up remained for V2 - Vergelding: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Ashes (2018) and V3 - Vernedring: Connect The Goddamn Dots (2021) when Schilperoot left.

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Nation Netherlands
City Kampen
Genre Death Metal
Formations 1
Active Years 2002-
Last Modified 2022-10-02
Diskery ID 2185


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