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Latest Quarantine Sessions Video from All-Star Modern Metal Band IMONOLITH Available Today

Latest Quarantine Sessions Video from All-Star Modern Metal Band IMONOLITH Available Today

“Forgone” available Today via Music Choice in the United States

Debut Album, “State of Being,” Out Now

The latest “Quarantine Sessions” video from all-star modern metal band IMONOLITH – “Forgone” from the band’s debut, State of Being – is available today on the Music Choice network in the United States.

The “Forgone” “Quarantine Sessions” video is available to 60 million national households on Music Choice’s Metal channel, as well as Music Choice On-Demand, and Music Choice’s website and app.

To make the most of extra time at home, IMONOLITH is assembling a “Quarantine Sessions” video, released every Monday, in sequential order for each of the tracks from their debut album, State of Being. The band is staying connected with fans, as well, with live Instagram chats each Tuesday.

Drummer Ryan “RVP” Van Poederooyen comments:

“Hey everyone, another week, but not just another ‘Quarantine Session’ video. These videos have been a lot of fun for the band to make and believe it or not, we put a ton of effort into each video we release. Every band member shoots video footage in multiple angles, Jon ends up editing all the video footage together and our Social Media team puts the final touches on the whole thing. We hope all you guys have liked them up to date.

This week’s ‘Quarantine Session’ video is for the song ‘Forgone’ off of our debut album, ‘State of Being.’ This has been one of the more popular songs outside of the singles we have released for the album. This song is about how the human race can collectively come together world-wide and create a positive environment to live in, or work against each other and create a negative environment that can create war, racism, terrorism, among many other negatives. The question we’re left with is regarding the negative in the world: ‘Is all Forgone?’ If not, how can we collectively better ourselves and our environment? Musically, it’s on the heavier side of things, while maintaining vocal hooks and has subtle touches of prog throughout. It’s a fun song for us to play. We hope you guys dig this video playthrough of it! 

See you for our live feed on our Instagram Page at 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time on Tuesday, where a couple members of the band will chat with you all and discuss the ‘Forgone Quarantine Session’ video. 

Stay safe and healthy out there!”

Additionally, IMONOLITH is presenting “Riff Lessons, which are picked up by the Little Kids Rock network, reaching 550,000 kids across 500 school districts in 48 states and Washington, DC. Check out the latest “Riff Lesson” from guitarist Brian “Beav” Wadell at

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 videos here:

“Hollow” - here

“Instinct” - here

“Dig” - here

“Becoming the Enemy” - 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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