Revolution Music Company

Get ready to enter a world of alchemy with the debut solo album from renowned bassist Linus Klausenitzer. Inspired by the German book "Die Sphinx" (1873) from Emil Besetzny, 'Tulpa' takes listeners on a musical odyssey through time, exploring the story of an Austrian lord's attempt to create artificial humans through the ancient art of alchemy. This album showcases Linus Klausenitzer's versatility as a musician and composer, featuring a blend of technical playing and catchy hooks that will captivate listeners from start to finish. Mostly known for playing complex music, he aimed to make this album a collection of accessible and approachable songs. Bassist Linus Klausenitzer's signature 6-string fretless bass sound remains prominently featured, providing a strong foundation for each composition. The album takes the listener on a wild ride through complex musical landscapes, each track building upon the last. With it's powerful vocals, intricate arrangements, and thought-provoking lyrics, "Tulpa" is a must-listen for any fan of heavy music and anyone who loves to be transported to otherworldly realms. Linus Klausenitzer: Fretless Bass, Fretted Bass, Synths Guests: Javi Perera (Obsidious): Vocals Ian Waye (Soreption): Lead & Rhythm Guitars in all songs Aaron Homma (Annihilator, Killitorous): Lead & Rhythm Guitars in song 1, Acoustic Guitars Vanesa Jalife: Piano Hannes Grossmann (Alkaloid, Triptykon, Ex-Obscura, Ex-Necrophagist): Drums Guitar solos - Roland Grapow (Masterplan, Ex-Helloween) - Phil Tougas (First Fragment, Chthe'ilist) - Ian Waye (Soreption) - V. Santura (Triptykon) - Dee Dammers (U. D. O. , Dirkschneider) - Chris Hermsdörfer (Beyond The Black, Serenity) - Nicolas Alberny (Gorod) Technical/ Melodic Death Metal of Ex-Obscura member
Get ready to enter a world of alchemy with the debut solo album from renowned bassist Linus Klausenitzer. Inspired by the German book "Die Sphinx" (1873) from Emil Besetzny, 'Tulpa' takes listeners on a musical odyssey through time, exploring the story of an Austrian lord's attempt to create artificial humans through the ancient art of alchemy. This album showcases Linus Klausenitzer's versatility as a musician and composer, featuring a blend of technical playing and catchy hooks that will captivate listeners from start to finish. Mostly known for playing complex music, he aimed to make this album a collection of accessible and approachable songs. Bassist Linus Klausenitzer's signature 6-string fretless bass sound remains prominently featured, providing a strong foundation for each composition. The album takes the listener on a wild ride through complex musical landscapes, each track building upon the last. With it's powerful vocals, intricate arrangements, and thought-provoking lyrics, "Tulpa" is a must-listen for any fan of heavy music and anyone who loves to be transported to otherworldly realms. Linus Klausenitzer: Fretless Bass, Fretted Bass, Synths Guests: Javi Perera (Obsidious): Vocals Ian Waye (Soreption): Lead & Rhythm Guitars in all songs Aaron Homma (Annihilator, Killitorous): Lead & Rhythm Guitars in song 1, Acoustic Guitars Vanesa Jalife: Piano Hannes Grossmann (Alkaloid, Triptykon, Ex-Obscura, Ex-Necrophagist): Drums Guitar solos - Roland Grapow (Masterplan, Ex-Helloween) - Phil Tougas (First Fragment, Chthe'ilist) - Ian Waye (Soreption) - V. Santura (Triptykon) - Dee Dammers (U. D. O. , Dirkschneider) - Chris Hermsdörfer (Beyond The Black, Serenity) - Nicolas Alberny (Gorod) Technical/ Melodic Death Metal of Ex-Obscura member
766734859665

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Format: CD
Label: AOP RECORDS
Rel. Date: 10/20/2023
UPC: 766734859665

Tulpa
Artist: Linus Klausenitzer
Format: CD
New: Available $14.99
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DISC: 1

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2. Axiom Architect
3. Our Soul Sets Sail
4. Sehraff
5. Sword Swallower
6. Sister in Black
7. The Devil's Tongue
8. Queen of Hearts
9. Dig Deeper
10. Lunar Assailant

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Get ready to enter a world of alchemy with the debut solo album from renowned bassist Linus Klausenitzer. Inspired by the German book "Die Sphinx" (1873) from Emil Besetzny, 'Tulpa' takes listeners on a musical odyssey through time, exploring the story of an Austrian lord's attempt to create artificial humans through the ancient art of alchemy. This album showcases Linus Klausenitzer's versatility as a musician and composer, featuring a blend of technical playing and catchy hooks that will captivate listeners from start to finish. Mostly known for playing complex music, he aimed to make this album a collection of accessible and approachable songs. Bassist Linus Klausenitzer's signature 6-string fretless bass sound remains prominently featured, providing a strong foundation for each composition. The album takes the listener on a wild ride through complex musical landscapes, each track building upon the last. With it's powerful vocals, intricate arrangements, and thought-provoking lyrics, "Tulpa" is a must-listen for any fan of heavy music and anyone who loves to be transported to otherworldly realms. Linus Klausenitzer: Fretless Bass, Fretted Bass, Synths Guests: Javi Perera (Obsidious): Vocals Ian Waye (Soreption): Lead & Rhythm Guitars in all songs Aaron Homma (Annihilator, Killitorous): Lead & Rhythm Guitars in song 1, Acoustic Guitars Vanesa Jalife: Piano Hannes Grossmann (Alkaloid, Triptykon, Ex-Obscura, Ex-Necrophagist): Drums Guitar solos - Roland Grapow (Masterplan, Ex-Helloween) - Phil Tougas (First Fragment, Chthe'ilist) - Ian Waye (Soreption) - V. Santura (Triptykon) - Dee Dammers (U. D. O. , Dirkschneider) - Chris Hermsdörfer (Beyond The Black, Serenity) - Nicolas Alberny (Gorod) Technical/ Melodic Death Metal of Ex-Obscura member
        
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