Children Collide ‘Monument’ Out Now

Written by Brayden Darke on April 18, 2012

Having just wrapped up their Sword To A Gunfight Tour, Children Collide are now looking forward to the release of their new album Monument this Friday (20th April), but you can check it out for yourselves right now before its official release (listen below).

This is the third album from the Melbourne duo, once trio (drummer Ryan Caesar quit in February) and has already had some rave reviews, including our own reviewer, saying:

“Monument is a err…monument to Children Collide’s career thus far – it’s far more ambitious and mature than their first 2 albums, and most surprisingly, it’s a world-class effort. Are they eying off the unofficial mantle of Australia’s favourite rock band? With Powderfinger and Silverchair having called it quits after getting bored/out of ideas, it’s a void that needs filling – and soon.”

Monument is in stores this Friday (20th April).

Album stream has ended. You can buy the album now from the Children Collide online store.

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