Artist info

Genre

Metal


band members

Vocals - Mothlord Guitar/vocals - Spud Guitar/Noise - Sol Bass - Ron Drums - Seb


Bio

Munt are a 5-piece band from Melbourne, mixing elements of grindcore, black, death and sludge metal, as well as some modern hardcore influences.

Bringing an intense live show that reflects the ferocity of the music, anyone who see's them can expect relentless blastbeats, crushing tones and the terrifying presence of their vocalist. Munt are a band that turn all heads when they are playing a room. They have begun carving their way into the Melbourne live scene playing alongside fellow Australian artists such as YLVA, Lo!, In Trenches, Convulsing and Sundr as well as having the opportunity to support international artists Hexis (Den) and Primitive Man (US).

Munt present their new EP “Towards Extinction” on the back of their winter 2018 singles.
It will be released August 5th 2019, and features 4 tracks of blistering intensity brought together with the addition of some new members, it introduces the new age of the bands sound.

Review

Cleansing the World with Si...

MUNT

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

13 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

Lift with your knees, this one's alarmingly heavy.

Lift with your knees, this one's alarmingly heavy.

Review

Cleansing the World with Si...

MUNT

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

12 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

Mikael Akerfeldt eat your heart out, MUNT hitting us with the vocals of a colossus.

Mikael Akerfeldt eat your heart out, MUNT hitting us with the vocals of a colossus.

Review

Cleansing the World with Si...

MUNT

Review by Mitch Alexander Mitch Alexander

11 Aug 2019

Triple J
45

Yeah here them boys - more crushing than it has any right to be. Vile vocalists, slamming, groovy riffs, and blast beats so ferocious their drummer had to get his white card before they were able to record

Yeah here them boys - more crushing than it has any right to be. Vile vocalists, slamming, groovy riffs, and blast beats so ferocious their drummer had to get his white card before they were able to record