From the haunted depths it came, rising from obscurity like a long dead monolith to challenge the misappropriated doctrines of a dying culture. Orphaned by society, refusing to follow false idols, the story of Monsterworks goes back to humble beginnings in the antipodes, colonial outpost of the Empire (New Zealand). Here three brothers in metal set to the task of honing a cohesive blend of thrash, death, black and true metal music. Choidey-mai to some, preposterous to others, Monsterworks has, at least, stuck to its tested formula of screaming mosh bomb supermetal, remaining durable in the face of other trends. Relocating to the seat of power of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, the colonials have returned to their roots. Now solidified with a line-up and a new album The Precautionary Principle provides a defining example of what Monsterworks is about: Image is nothing, metal is everything. 15 tracks. Casket Music. 2006.