Monsterworks: Scale And Probability Album Review

You cannot beat the classic guitar sound on the opening track The Great Silence.
Thus introducing us warmly to this monster album by Monsterworks (no pun intended). Imagine a tea party with Pink Floyd, Opeth and Tool eating sushi.
A definite visceral and raw expression to their music made me instantly want to hear more and there was no boredom, no urge to skip any of the songs.  Just an eagerness to conquer on and listen to the next monster track..
Monsterworks take you through the ages of styles and genres of rock, I almost felt nostalgic and I’m not even that old?
I felt a constant stream of passion like the tracks were personalized for my current state of mind.
I recommend this album to everyone.
It happily made my journey to work perfect!
For more information Monsterworks go check them out on their Facebook page.
This review was written by Steph Mac of BunnyPunk, PussyWillowFurryVenus and HOLY Braille.

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