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Noneuclid - Metatheosis

7.8 | 20 votes |
Release date: 6 May 2014
Style: Death metal, Thrash metal


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01. Paranoid Alkaloid
02. Cult Of One
03. Buried Forever
04. Across The Mist Of Broken Glass
05. Into The Light, Pt. 1
06. Into The Light, Pt. 2
07. Into The Light, Pt. 3
08. The Black Plague Of The Soul
09. To The Zombievores
10. None So Lucid

Bruce - vocals
Florian Magnus "Morean" Maier - guitars, vocals
Victor "V. Santura" Bullok - guitars
Matthias "Seraph" Landes - drums
Linus Klausenitzer - bass

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Given the amount of music released nowadays, criminally unknown bands are no new phenomenon. Noneuclid, consisting of three core members of Dark Fortress, the new Obscura bassist Linus Klausenitzer, and one Bruce (not in the band anymore), is paradoxically one of them. Their second and latest album Metatheosis had apparently been collecting digital dust on somebody's computer for seven years until it was released by Blood Music last year. I hope to find the backstory of this gross negligence when I get my CD, but for now I assume that besides having no time to find the label that would release such unconventional music, Morean was satisfied playing parts of it with orchestras and even launching an official collaboration with Orchester des 13 Tons while continuing recording Dark Fortress albums.

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12.05.2014 - 02:05
Rating: 8
Awesome release. The vocalist is fantastic.
04.12.2014 - 17:56
The Psilosopher
Surprised this didn't get any attention at all. Spectacular thrash album.
21.03.2015 - 18:50
Rating: 9
Seeker of Truth
Extraordinary... unique blend...
Savor what you feel and what you see
Things that may not seem important now
But may be tomorrow

R.I.P. Chuck Schuldiner

Satan was a Backstreet Boy
01.11.2017 - 11:32
This is really phenomenal. The first two are some of my favourite thrash, the Into the Light trilogy immensely elevates one of Lovecraft's shittier stories (also fucking Flamenco on a german death/thrash record) and I really love None so Lucid. If I could choose one german band to bring out a new album already it would either be these guys or Verdunkeln. Shame they all have like 50 other projects and there probably won't be a new Noneuclid.

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