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Boomkat Product Review:
This isn't the first release from Japanese post-rockers Mono to give us a visual insight into their craft. 2008's The Sky Remains The Same As Ever captured the band recording and touring, offering a sense of just how committed and sonically overwhelming they can be at the top of their game. Now this new CD package takes a different perspective on Mono live, documenting a very specific project: a once-in-a-lifetime concert in New York with a 24-piece orchestra. As a standalone live album Holy Ground takes Mono's cacophonous quiet-loud undulations to their natural, extreme conclusion, spurring the music on towards a truly symphonic scale. It's all captured in brilliant clarity and detail too, by producer Matt Bayles (best known for his work with bands like Mastodon and ISIS) who both recorded and mixed the album. An excellent, well-produced package from the Temporary Residence camp.