Sir Millard Mulch

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For the British mathematician, see Carl King-Millward.

Sir Millard Mulch, real name Carl King[1] (often incorrectly referred to as Paul Mavanu from a satirical e-book based on his album of the same name that used that alias),[2] (born Willoughby, Ohio) is a musician who has worked with Virgil Donati and Devin Townsend. He is the creator of a four hour album called, How To Sell The Whole F#@!ing Universe To Everybody, Once And For All! co-released through Mimicry Records in 2005, a record label owned by Trey Spruance of Mr. Bungle.[3] He has released various EPs and albums earlier including The De-Evolution of Yasmine Bleeth in 2001.

He is now working under the pseudonym Dr. Zoltan Øbelisk. In 2010 he released a 5-minute drum-battle with Marco Minnemann, in which the two trade complex polyrhythmic drum solos, through a blend of Drumkit from Hell programming and live performance.[4]

He is the author of the book, So, You're A Creative Genius... Now What? which was released in June 2011 by MWP,[5] publishers of The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure For Writers and Hardware Wars.[6]

In 2012, he began directing and producing a feature-length documentary about Swedish drummer Morgan Ågren, with guest appearances by Mike Keneally, Thomas Lang, Danny Carey of Tool, and Dave Elitch of The Mars Volta.[7]


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