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IMONOLITH Reveals Seventh “Quarantine Sessions” Playthrough Video

IMONOLITH Reveals Seventh “Quarantine Sessions” Playthrough Video

Watch “We Never Forget” Today via Debut Album, “State of Being,” Out Now

Photo: Erich Saide

“We Never Forget,” the latest video from Canadian all-star modern metal band IMONOLITH’s “Quarantine Sessions,” is available today.

Watch “We Never Forget,” available now via, at “’We Never Forget’ is a song everyone in the band loves,” says drummer Ryan “RVP” Van Poederooyen. “Jon helped write this song with Beav and I. He came up with the intro/chorus and verse riffs. We were actually toying with the idea of releasing this song as a single. It’s got everything from catchy choruses to slamming riffs and pounding drums. It’s a fun song for us to play live. It just has a great energy overall. The song lyrically is about living life and learning from it as much as you possibly can. No regrets. We all succeed in areas of life and make mistakes but the best thing you can do when you make a mistake or succeed is learn from it. Never forget what you learn. This is just an ass kicker of a song with a good message behind it. Hope you guys dig this video of it!”

“We Never Forget” is the seventh video in IMONOLITH’s weekly series of playthroughs.

“We’re trying to change things up each time we do these videos,” says RVP. “Jon has been hard at work making these videos unique and different from each other. We may be all playing in our respective homes/rehearsal space, but the effects and camera angles in post-production make each video different. Thanks again to our frontman, Jon for doing a great job!”

Tune in to IMONOLITH’s live feed on Instagram tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. EDT/12:30 p.m. PDT to talk to band members about “We Never Forget,” the playthrough video and much more.

All the previous “Quarantine Sessions” are available online:

IMONOLITH features drummer Ryan Van Poederooyen (Devin Townsend Project) guitarist Brian ‘Beav’ Wadell (Devin Townsend Project), Jon Howard (Threat Signal), guitarist Kai Huppunen (Methods of Mayhem, Noise Therapy) and Scott Whalen (Econoline Crush). The collective of heavy-hitting players is at the top of their game recently releasing their debut album, State of Being, on March 27. The album features special guest appearances from Jens Kidman (Meshuggah) and famed Swedish vocalist Johannes Eckerström and is made up of 10 hook-laden, riff-heavy tracks that center around the theme of how people deal with various stages of life.

The album has seen the release of four singles and videos – “Hollow,” the 2019 debut single that made big waves, racking up 216K Spotify streams, “Instinct,” “Dig”; and the most recent single, “Becoming The Enemy.” With the release of these singles, IMONOLITH has already received worldwide praise that has garnered them a massive number of streams and attention from the media and fans alike. 

Check out the official videos here:

State of Being is available in exclusive vinyl and CD formats at, or you can stream the album at the service of your choice here:

IMONOLITH online: “A force to be reckoned with.” - Metal Hammer

“Given the members’ diverse musical backgrounds, IMONOLITH don’t fit any obvious metal genre tag. Van Poederooyen and Wadell bring elements of prog, while Howard’s vocals are rooted in the metalcore and extreme metal.” – Consequence of Sound

“‘State of Being’ is built on a backbone of pure heaviness, hard-hitting riffs and irresistible hooks which keep the album burning at high intensity from start to finish.” – Sonic Perspectives

“Those looking for something that knows how to groove hard, offer a catchy chorus, or knock you flat on your back over the course of an album will find ‘State of Being’ to be an immersive listen.” – Dead Rhetoric

“A winning combination that works perfectly.” - The Rock Pit

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