Nufutic, Featuring Jeroen Paul Thesseling, Releases Debut Track

Nufutic: Dark Full MoonSeven-string fretless bassist Jeroen Paul Thesseling has released the first track from his new band Nufutic entitled “Dark Full Moon.” The band, formed by Thesseling and Sadist guitarist Tommy Talamanca, blends metal and fusion with plenty of awesome bass lines.

“We had ideas that we couldn’t use in bands we played in in the past, and we thought it could be a nice concept to merge them together,” Thesseling explains. Talamanca adds, “We worked out ideas until they sounded balanced and arranged them with heavy fusion elements.”

“Dark Full Moon” is available for streaming or download at the band’s BelieveDigital page.

The group expects more material to be released in 2014.

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  1. Makes me sad to see these wonderful progressive musicians with a singer that sounds like the cookie monster on crack. No thanks. Get someone that can sing and then come back with an album and I will buy it.

  2. For most of times i hate clean vocals. Trevor sounds great and totally fitting in. But maybe they just need to do more instrumental tracks without any voice stuff, like Exivious

  3. Axel

    Jeroen has a new fusion group ‘Salazh Trio’ (without cookie monsters)