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Neurotech is a one man outfit run by Wulf, a Slovenian composer & producer of the band.

It fuses elements from metal, electronica, symphonic music, futurepop and new age music.

All releases can be freely downloaded on

Transhuman EP - 2008
Antagonist - 2011
Blue Screen Planet EP - 2011
The Decipher Volumes - 2013
The Elysian Symphony - 2013
Infra Versus Ultra - 2014


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  • Melee-Master

    One more week...

    18 Dec 5:03am Reply
  • Lextasys

    Simply superb! Numerous strong tracks, and the sequence of the tracks works perfectly, to make the album as a whole even better than the sum of its individual tracks. The lyrics are deep and engaging; combining with powerful beats and melodies to produce songs of an absolute epic nature. Neurotech reaches a new apex with this one.

    22 Nov 11:18pm Reply
  • iamryanj

    Knowing Infra would be a different direction and available for free I still pre-ordered. No regrets. Keep it up Wulf!

    19 Nov 3:01pm Reply
  • Melee-Master

    Why give a fuck what genre he is? All that matters is he continues to put out great music, regardless of style and always with his signature sound. He succeeds at what so many bands/artists fail at.

    17 Nov 10:52pm Reply
  • gorski_

    Who cares about the style? It's all about the music.

    15 Nov 10:47pm Reply
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Point taken, Big_TV haha. Was Neurotech ever really all that focused on metal, though? He was always far more focused on electronics, piano, etc. to me. Why his choice of a more brickwalled production style at approach on Infra Versus Ultra threw me off, I want my electronics focused music as dynamic as possible.

    13 Nov 4:42pm Reply
  • Kudalcev

    Лучшее что может быть, даже за рамками етого стиля музыки!

    10 Nov 9:53pm Reply
  • Syndicaidramon

    Well it IS true that Neurotech's new music isn't really Metal anymore. And that's a little disappointing. BUT, it's still good music. So whatevs.

    10 Nov 3:12pm Reply
  • umosay

    So their old material isn't metal anymore? Neurotech incorporates so many genres, they all work depending on what you're listening to :S

    10 Nov 9:30am Reply
  • zax007

    Its me or new albums are not 'metal' anymore? Perhaps its time to fix tags?

    9 Nov 4:00pm Reply
  • Big_TV

    v 'a touch less treble' - That is the understatement of the year, and with only a month and a bit to go before 2015 I think the crown is yours.

    8 Nov 9:14pm Reply
  • Sanity_Theorist

    HUZZAH! Hopefully it has the awesome production of the first one, with as mentioned a touch less treble.

    8 Nov 2:04am Reply
  • VovanKoperativ

    "New free release is coming this Christmas - The Halcyon Symphony " - awesome news

    1 Nov 1:07pm Reply
  • umosay

    Next long song to follow 'very soon'... he's a machine :)

    30 Oct 7:43pm Reply
  • StoatBox

    Good stuff

    30 Oct 3:40am Reply
  • rolle-

    New album is euphoric.

    29 Oct 10:45pm Reply
  • Melee-Master

    Another song like The Elysian Symphony would make me very happy. Although hopefully with less harsh treble... But yeah that song was the best Christmas gift ever.

    29 Oct 4:36am Reply
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I would love another track like The Elysian Symphony, he mentioned that he'll be doing all of his more orchestral tracks in big epic compositions from now on. No clue when another one will come out, but it'll be awesome when it does!

    29 Oct 3:33am Reply
  • umosay

    Sacrifice is my favourtie song off the album. Trancendental and Ultra are maybe a little weaker than the rest, but a very good album. Decipher was awesome and varied, heaps of awesome songs in that collection. Top 3 would be Below These Scars, Triumph and the Difference. All his electronic only tracks (Revelation, Decipher, Sacrifice) are good.

    29 Oct 12:00am Reply
  • Meat_Wolf

    Decipher Volumes were sort of experimental shit, I think. Now, when he cut some edges and recorded Elysian Symphony, I think he got the idea of what he really wants from his music, at least at this moment. I agree, the album is very good. Although there are some very weird tracks like Sacrifice and Transcendental which ruin the picture, but most of it is amazing. The album is at 97% atm.

    28 Oct 6:34pm Reply
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