Dr. Zoltan Øbelisk | Emily Dickinson Kindly Stops For Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors EP

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Emily Dickinson Kindly Stops For Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors EP

by Dr. Zoltan Øbelisk

Weird guitar shredding, odd-meter drum explosions, and an uncanny similarity to Sir Millard Mulch.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Gnomon - He Who Discerns And Reveals, Movement DCCLXXVII
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2. The Magnificent Parade of the Fifteen Odd-Toed Ungulates
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3. Albums To Slay And Corporations To Conquer
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4. Greetings From The Wrong Century
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5. The Old World Monkeys And Their Woeful Masters
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6. Escape From Beneath The Imaginary City
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Album Credits:
Pat McDonald - ddrums
Stephen Cox - Orchestra
Jake Willson - Guitar solos on 1, 2, and 5, guitar coach on 4
Darrin Johnson - Acoustic guitar on 3, 5, and 6
Tyler Shaw - Bass intro on 3
Harold - Rickenbacker bass on 5

Dr. Zoltan Øbelisk - Everything else

Cover art by Drew Gardner

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Under various fabricated pretenses and pseudonyms (including Sir Millard Mulch), Dr. Zoltan has performed, collaborated, or engaged in creative business ventures of questionable importance with Marco Minnemann, Virgil Donati, Nick D'Virgilio, Morgan Agren, Paul Mazurkiewics, Trey Spruance, Steve Vai, Eman Laerton, Dave Meros, Nils Frykdahl, Lale Larson, Larry Boothroyd, Devin Townsend, Brendon Small, Will Maier, and Eric Fensler.

He has made public appearances at The Tomorrow Show, Garage Comedy, and Westside Eclectic.

The 2005 release, "How To Sell The Whole F#@!ing Universe To Everybody... Once And For All!" received worldwide attention in Modern Drummer, DRUM!, Kerrang, Decibel, and a handful of international magazines.

Dr. Zoltan is a pioneer drum programmer and has an endorsement deal with Toontrack's Drumkit From Hell. He was voted #1 Drum Programmer of 2007 by Sweden's Drum Programmer Magazine.

He currently resides "Beneath The Imaginary City" of Los Angeles, CA.

His new record, "Why I Am So Wise, Why I Am So Clever, And Why I Write Such Good Songs..." will be released in 2008. It will feature intense drum programming and instrumental insanity. Special Guest: Marco Minnemann. Executive Producer: John La Grou.


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