Yep Agree. Materialism is a ideology. Ideology of declining all invisible (especially including God, spirit etc..). It is a simple ideology of people of 18-19th centuries, which did not know, that "materia" is, in original nature, an energy. Nuclear physics can say, hitting the table: "This table is empty space (almost), it is just an energy". Comparing distances between atom cores in a table and atom cores size could lead to such conclusion and therefore atom cores can be neglect from the material point of view. Not the same with it's energy.
Therefore all kind of simple materialism are wrong as their original postulates was wrong. But ideology of materialism is a bit wider. And ideology can be overrun just by another and (!) better ideology. Especially new clones of materialism, as dialectic m. and various socialism and communism ideologies need brand new and better explanation of specific questions raised by materialists.
Ideology respecting both, invisible internal character (as energy) and visible external form (as materia), both in balance, should appear. Also duality of all things (the plus-minus pattern) should be included. Such ideology should be acceptable by sciences and religions, otherwise new scepticism and new kind of materialism will appear.
Let's make a search for best option... My best tip is the Unification Thought, as Japanese and Latin America's communists in 1960's give strong direction not to talk with CAUSA members, giving UT lectures that time in countries where ideology of communism began to spread, which helped to collapse of communist structures in that countries. So I see that as a hammer to materialism.