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    Philipp M√ľnch
    "Greyscale"

    Due to the 'Many-Worlds Hypothesis' which is an interpretation of quantum mechanics all possible alternate histories and futures are real, each representing an actual 'World'. it¬ís stated that there is a very large - perhaps infinite - number of universes, and everything that could possibly have happened in our past, has occurred in some other universe or universes. While taking an overview on Philipp M√ľnch's previous works, distinctive treatments of past influences are clear to hear - a sonic chain spanning his releases between 'into the absurd' and 'post elysium' over a period of six years. With this album, 'Greyscale', Philipp has closed this chapter and widely opens the door to a different cosmos where different influences and incidents took place, shaping the sounds that were made.

    While listening to 'Greyscale' a dramatic change concerning the lyrics is instantly obvious: they are now primarily in German, pointing at Philipp M√ľnch's personal musical roots in the legendary project Ars Moriendi including famous co-members such as Andrea B√∂rner (morgenstern), Andreas Achramm (Asche) and Tim Kniep (Synapscape). Ars Moriendi's unique mixture of power noise rhythms, dark ambient spheres and often aggressively performed german vocals lay the foundation for the updated conceptual turn on 'Greyscale' as well as the fortified use of acoustic instrumentation besides omnipresent electronics. a project that also leaves one's mark here is Philipp's alter ego rasputeen which combines minimal electro with headstrong and often time-critical lyrics. Assimilating these influences and giving them a contemporary update, 'Greyscale' displays the topical manifestation of Philipp M√ľnch as an artist and as a musician - both as he is now and as he was, simultaneously.

    Tracks:
    01. alive!
    02. mantra
    03. nichts dringt mehr durch
    04. evolution
    05. behind the mirror
    06. tier
    07. kr√ľmel
    08. fangs
    09. moebiusband
    10. greyscale
    11. alter ego
    12. keine tränen

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