All of Monstergod’s tracks are available to listen/download/buy at our bandcamp website.
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The idea of MonsterGod formed at the end of 2004 as a result of experience and experiments with various types of independent music carried out during the past few years.
The year 2005 was the period filled with work connected with finding a personal, unique sound based on samples, synthesizers and guitars that were backed by the hard, grim vocal. The whole of artistic creation was inspired by electro-industrial, gothic and ebm music as well as the poetry of Charles Baudelaire and William Blake.
At the beginning of 2006 the first demo entitled “Newborn Monster” (5 tracks) was released and what came after were the concerts in Warsaw, Cracow and Wroclaw. Monstergod had the pleasure of playing together with some widely known and acknowledged bands of electro-industrial and independent scene such as Architect, Destroid, Rotersand or Apoptygma Berzerk. The tracks of the demo were frequently presented in German and Polish radio stations - Radio Hertz, Radio Frei, Radio Bis, Radio RAM, Streamelite.com.
In July 2006 the compilation “Bright Lights, Dark Room - An Electro Tribute to Depeche Mode” was published by the label Cryonica Music featuring the interpretation of “Fly On The Windscreen” made by MonsterGod. At the end of 2006 the track “Obsession” was included on the CD attached to the German magazine Dark Spy as well as on the CD that sums up the Polish project Mediageneracja.At the beginning of 2008 the Monster was Reborn with 11 track CD available in mp3 format.
The compilation of 6 cover songs called God’s Verses was released late in 2008. One of these tracks - The Sisters Of Mercy’s Dominion/Mother Russia coversong was released on Polish Tribute to The Sisters Of Mercy.
After few months of silence - Black Star single with four tracks was released in June 2009.
In April 2011 new single called Jerusalem was released as a prelude to full lenght album Resurrected expected in 2012.
MonsterGod is signed to EK Product record label.
MonsterGod has no religious or political connotations.
Music is just a music - nothing less and nothing more.