A1 Agenda 4:10
A2 True North (Feat. Mathias Lodmalm)

Featuring – Mathias Lodmalm

5:20
A3 Sprawls 4:55
A4 Skeletons Are Watching Me 4:16
B1 Edge Hill 5:26
B2 Serenity (Feat. Dean Rodell)

Featuring – Dean Rodell

4:16
B3 Tenacy 3:55
B4 Manta 4:11

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Monolog - Indemnity and Oblivion LP

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  • Fresh off the back of a deep and dark steamroller of an EP with fellow Berliner Subheim, Monolog delivers one of the final physical releases on the inimitable Hymen records. 

    Drowning the listener in bass and with no small amount of ferocious drum work (with the help of DNB veteran Dean Rodell) Indemnity & Oblivion is a towering monolithic masterwork of darkness. Take a deep dive into the pitch dark cave that is 'The Skeletons are watching' to get a feel for this one. Certainly not for the faint of heart 'Indemnity & Oblivion' will rattle your neighbor's fillings out of their mouth. 

     

    A small note on the title of the LP taken from Wikipedia: 

     

    The Indemnity and Oblivion Act 1660 is an Act of the Parliament of England (12 Cha. II c. 11), the long title of which is "An Act of Free and General Pardon, Indemnity, and Oblivion".[1] This act was a general pardon for everyone who had committed crimes during the Civil War and Interregnum with the exception of certain crimes such as murder (without a licence granted by King or Parliament), piracy, buggery, rape and witchcraft, and people named in the act such as those involved in the regicide of Charles I. It also said that no action was to be taken against those involved at any later time and that the Interregnum was to be legally forgotten.