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3.10 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. 21st Voyage (4:23)
2. Spread The Virus (4:15)
3. Septopus (5:39)
4. Dispersion (1:45)
5. Infunktion (4:52)
6. Three Beats For Muster Gell (5:19)
7. Antigroove (5:55)
8. Replicator (1:49)
9. Gallium (4:06)
10. Mexican Pope (5:46)
11. Terminal (9:30)
12. Silent Death (1:52)

Total Time 55:11

Line-up / Musicians

- Timo Aspelmeier / keyboards, bass, guitar, drum programming, percussion

- Oliver Schaad / guitar & bass (1)
- Tom Gieger / guitar (2,4,12)
- Carl Eichmann / guitar (7)
- Allan Aspelmeier / keyboards (not confirmed)
- Simon Wölfl / violin (9)
- Jann Michael Engel / cello (9)
- Andreas Schroers / trumpet (1)
- Mirco Hildmann / bass (3,7)
- Sebastian Wolf / drums (7)

Releases information

Artwork: Doris Fiebig

CD self-released (2018, Germany)

Digital album

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TOXENARIS Apoptosis ratings distribution

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Toxenaris is the creative vehicle of composer and musician Timo ASPELMEIER, and while this venture has been ongoing for quite some time it is only in the past few years that the results have been commercially released. "Apoptosis" is the second album to be issued under the Toxenaris moniker, and was self released in 2018.

Artists that mix and blend aspects of ambient music, jazz, jazzrock and classic era progressive rock aren't exactly dominating the lists of music submitted for me to have an opinion of, and it does strike me that in a relative niche genre as progressive rock, this is perhaps one of the more niche-oriented directions inside this context. This specimen is a fine one for those with an acquired taste for these kinds of landscapes, as long as one can accept a mix and production that is decent to good rather than superior in quality. A decent album with fine moments and elegant details, to be enjoyed by those who already know and love this specific kind and type of music.

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