Invisible Monsters | croaking movement

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croaking movement

by Invisible Monsters

An album of soundscapes created entirely with guitar and effects.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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1. The Sun the Moon and the Way of the Dead
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2. Virus
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3. Green Fang
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4. Down From the Sky
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1:43 album only
5. Giant Gila Monster
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6. Chryse Planitia
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7. The Old Blade
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it's hard to get an idea of the songs from the short sound clips. i have 2 songs posted on my myspace, virus and green fang, there is also a 5 song ep you can download for free called earth's first morning. it was also made with just guitar and effects. thanks for taking the time to check out my stuff.


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the soundtrack to obsessive behavior...
without a doubt this fine collection of sounds is a terrifically unsettling journey into the center of a unique kind of it or hate it you can't escape it once it has you...


Croaking Movement did not make me croak, but it did move me. Invisible Monsters (aka Kyle) uses his talent as a multi-instrumentalist to make the guitar sound like multi-instruments. The best part of the whole experience is the unpredictable nature of these sounds. You cannot guess where he will go next. It is a start-to-finish piece, like a journey. (Dare I say concept album?) And with each track, it morphs and swells into an entirely new kind of monster. What a fun listen!