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"Monster Eiffel Tower at Cake Shop, 4/22/08"

"...Ultimately it was Monster Eiffel Tower who dominated the night for me. Sure, it probably has a lot to do with how prog-y my listening habits have been lately, but this band caught the attention of everyone else at the show too. And I'm certain that most of those other people weren't nerding out on them solely because of their chops, copious effects pedals, or resemblance to a certain Canadian band whose name rhymes with "hush." Not that they're overly Rush-esque or anything, but the comparison crossed my mind a few times watching their set. I mean, tell me that there's not a heavy dose or two of "La Villa Strangiato" in their song "Monolith." Definitely a band to watch out for if you live in NYC." -

"Under the Wake review (podcast)"

"Monster Eiffel Tower's pretty bad-ass." - The Portland Mercury Your Radio Sucks Podcast (Episode 21)

"Under the Wake review"

"Brooklyn's Monster Eiffel Tower take the best parts of math/prog-rock (quickly shifting tempos, tight rhythm section, epic lyrics about the ocean, musicianship), grunge (catchy-as-shit choruses, GUITAR, screams and harmony), and (most importantly) darkly hued good ole RAWK - and jettison the rest (wanky solos, pretentiousness, goofy organ sounds... um, feathered hair?). For people who remember Smashing Pumpkins before they got full of themselves, or who wished The Jesus Lizard had a song on the radio. Or for those from tiny seaside towns, who always suspected there was something lurking beneath the surface..." -


"Jigsaw e.p." (2007)
"Under the Wake" (2008)

upcoming e.p. to be released in September 2009.



Monster Eiffel Tower is a three-piece rock band from Brooklyn, NY. Combining elements of prog, grunge, and psychedlia in an anthemic, high-volume package, their debut full-length album, 2008's "Under the Wake," provides an exciting departure from the gimicky insincerity that has become pandemic in today's indie-rock.