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Noneuclid

Country of origin:
Germany
Location:
Landshut, Bavaria
Status:
Active
Formed in:
2004
Genre:
Progressive/Death/Thrash Metal
Lyrical themes:
Instant insanity, Mayhem
Current label:
Blood Music
Years active:
2004-present
On November 12th, 2010, The Sinfonetta Essenbach (AKA Orchester des 13. Tons), founded and led by prof. Ulf Klausenitzer (Father of Noneuclid bass player, Linus Klausenitzer) played a set of classical music accompanied by Noneuclid, which will be released in DVD with the title "Transition Metal"

The Event was patroned by Katrina Wagner (Director of the Wagner Festival, Bayreuth), Tom G. ...
Current
Linus Klausenitzer Bass
See also: Fallacy, Obscura, Alkaloid, ex-Fall of Serenity, ex-Hannes Grossmann, ex-King Schlayer, ex-Lisa WHO, ex-Mecallita, ex-Metropole Orkest, ex-Rockbrigade
Seraph Drums
See also: Dark Fortress, ReVamp, Thulcandra, The Shroud, ex-Daylight Misery, ex-Crom (live), ex-Soul Demise (live)
V. Santura Guitars
See also: Dark Fortress, Triptykon, ex-Hannes Grossmann, ex-Crom (live), ex-Celtic Frost (live)
Morean Guitars (2004-present), Vocals (2012-present)
See also: Dark Fortress, ex-Messenger, Alkaloid
Past
Mehothra Bass
Bruce Vocals (?-2012)
Linus Klausenitzer Bass
See also: Fallacy, Obscura, Alkaloid, ex-Fall of Serenity, ex-Hannes Grossmann, ex-King Schlayer, ex-Lisa WHO, ex-Mecallita, ex-Metropole Orkest, ex-Rockbrigade
Seraph Drums
See also: Dark Fortress, ReVamp, Thulcandra, The Shroud, ex-Daylight Misery, ex-Crom (live), ex-Soul Demise (live)
V. Santura Guitars
See also: Dark Fortress, Triptykon, ex-Hannes Grossmann, ex-Crom (live), ex-Celtic Frost (live)
Morean Guitars (2004-present), Vocals (2012-present)
See also: Dark Fortress, ex-Messenger, Alkaloid
Mehothra Bass
Bruce Vocals (?-2012)
Added by: wojty666 Modified by: Andre Gaius
Added on: 2007-07-08 10:18:27 Last modified on: 2014-07-13 23:09:37
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