Huldra | Monuments, Monoliths

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Monuments, Monoliths

by Huldra

Salt Lake City band Huldra's debut full-length album. 77 minutes of crushing and heavy yet beautiful sounds similar to those of Isis, Rosetta, Cult of Luna, Pelican, Mouth of the Architect, etc.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Sludge Metal
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1. Monuments
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2. Twisted Tongues and Gnarled Roots
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3. Noctua
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4. Ursidae
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5. Thousands of Eyes
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6. Damnatio Ad Bestias
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7. As Above, so Below
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8. Is This the End? This Is the End
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9. Monoliths
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10. Auctoritas Non Veritas Facit Legem
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11. The City in the Sky
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Huldra is a Salt Lake City, Utah based band formed in late 2009. After solidifying their lineup in 2010, they have been churning out their mixture of heavy, crushing songs interspersed with beautiful melodic and ambient sections. Their first release, the Signals From the Void EP gained some internet attention and enabled the band to make a split with fellow local rockers, Dustbloom. While playing handfuls of shows, Huldra has refined and diversified their sound to create Monuments, Monoliths - an epic record which shows the band playing a more diverse selection of material than either of their previous efforts.


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