The 'Orbis Quadrantis' album tour
Monomyth, unleashed from The Netherlands, is the journey . . . the five who explore and expand the boundaries of their own musical universe. Firmly rooted in Space, Trance and Krautrock, the band leans heavily on a solid foundation of drums and bass guitar, while adding guitar, keyboards and textures layer upon layer. Monomyth will drag you inside their cosmic playground. Enter an arena where there is no more time or space, simply the vacuum in which communication is operated on a higher level. You can enter in two ways . . . simply by closing your eyes and letting the instrumental music transport you, or with eyes wide open as you descend into the mind staggering light show.
Influenced by the likes of stoner, spacerock and psychedelics, Mantra Machine is set out to reach new audiences with a mix of heavy guitars, shimmering bass and grooving drums, soaked in ‘mantra style’ instrumental synth soundscapes.
In 2012 they debuted at the Sonic Rock Solstice festival in England and released their first EP ‘Stage One’. Among other gigs they were invited to play at Mudfest III (2013).
In December 2014 they recorded and released a first full-length album called ‘Nitrogen’. Short after the release the album was placed on the Dutch music site 3VOOR12 Luisterpaal and also was released on vinyl.
In 2016 they where invited to play at Roadburn in Tilburg and also Yellowstock in Belgium and shared the stage with a great line-up of other bands.