It offers cleaner yet more harsh sound and features wider range of sounds, showing ever evolving musical expertise of Gtuk. From noise progression of "Introuu" through "Immer Weiter Weg", the first track featuring Gtuk's unaltered vocals, to breakcore quintessence of "Phantomm" and brain-squeezing "Ignoranz Part II" — this album yet again proclaims Gtuk as one of the kings of the genre. "Illusions to the Max" was ready in 2008 and it is his last album to date. With this album Gtuk digs deeper into the mind of his listener with lyrics touching such subjects as religion, freedom, objectivism, existentialism, behavioral therapy, war, gender equality and dresscodes, apparently. It's hard to discern at first, though, as vocals are as distorted as ever, and beats are as thumping as never before.
And he also uses pitch-shifting now, so good luck figuring out what it's all about. In-between his major releases, Gtuk is no stranger to putting out some EPs with his fellow musicians. So came "Bad English Tour" with Nes and Fyoelk in 2006, split-cassette with Fyoelk in 2008 and a split-EP with Robotron in 2009. About as DIY as it gets, these releases were printed in very limited amounts and are so hard to find, that some believe they never even existed in physical form. Gtuk is a whirlwind, a tsunami, a hurricane. His music sweeps you off your feet and leaves you laying down, trying to figure out what the hell has just happened.
His vocals rip you ears apart and his music is for no weaklings either. Yet, it leaves you feeling longing, craving for more. Why? The world will never know Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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