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  • Artist(s): Hagai Fershtman
  • Summary: The second full-length album for the Israeli rock band was produced by Steve Albini.
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. Mar 9, 2011
    Monotonix trust their rock chops enough to let in some beauty and softness along the way, and that's what makes them more than just garage revival sticks in the mud.
  2. Feb 7, 2011
    It doesn't sound quite the same coming out of a pair of headphones as it does, say, from the bathroom at Sneaky Dee's, but even on record it's sure to quicken your pulse by a few beats.
  3. 80
    This new record is nothing surprising. It's everything that you'd expect. Right out of the gate, the message is clear: It is who it is, giving us a band, and an album, full of confidence and bruises. Yet by just being who it is, the music works, and, rightfully so, doesn't need to prove anything to anyone.
  4. Alternative Press
    Feb 1, 2011
    It's a great album to have on hand for a wild party, but piping it through your headphones will have you skipping tracks. [Feb 2011, p.89]
  5. Uncut
    Mar 29, 2011
    Despite their monotone and their monoxide fuming, it's hard not to warm to Monotonix, especially when they catch fire. [Apr 2011, p.86]
  6. Feb 7, 2011
    For those who are not familiar with Monotonix, they're the garage rock band from Israel who are best known for their live sets [...] that leaves this forlorn album reviewer with no visuals nor an earhole full of sweat, instead just 10 songs of crude, cave-art proto-metal and a duty to tell you that actually, Monotonix have a relevance outside of the live context.
  7. Under The Radar
    Jan 27, 2011
    The Black Sabbath worship continues from the trio of Israelis while singer Ami Shalev hams it up on the microphone. [Year End 2010, p.75]

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