NONEUCLID To Release Debut In January

December 15, 2007

NONEUCLID, the project formed in Bavaria/Germany in 2004 by Netherlands-based composer Morean and featuring members of DARK FORTRESS, will release its debut album, "The Crawling Chaos", in January via Merciless Records. A concept LP about the violent and inevitable death of the universe, the CD's lyrics were penned by acclaimed American poet Andrew Hughes.

According to the band's official bio, "musically, NONEUCLID strive to open doors to unknown psychic spaces. While being firmly rooted in extreme metal at all times, they freely blend style elements of death, thrash, black and progressive metal into a unique and gripping concoction. Virtuosity and complexity are not treated as absolute values, but as mere means to achieve a deep and advanced musical vibration. They use unusual instruments such as custom-made sculpture instruments (by German artist Ralf Fischer) and Arabic instruments, as well as subtle electronic and classical influences to explore the rich sound kingdom of extreme metal to the fullest."

Commented Morean: "After a busy summer and fall, working on and recording new material, and playing a sweet show in Den Haag, I'm sitting on a huge score for NONEUCLID and large orchestra for next fall. We'll try to play some more next year before that."

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