Marco Minnemann

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Marco Minnemann
Marco-Minnemann.jpg
Marco Minnemann in Aarhus, Denmark 2016
Photo Hreinn Gudlaugsson
Background information
Born (1970-12-24) 24 December 1970 (age 46)
Hannover, Germany
Genres rock, heavy metal, instrumental rock, electronica, experimental, progressive rock, progressive metal, punk, power metal, thrash metal, groove metal, death metal, jazz rock, neo-progressive rock, technical death metal
Occupation(s) Musician, composer, engineer, producer
Instruments Drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals, organ, percussion
Associated acts The Aristocrats
Steven Wilson
Necrophagist
Kreator
Joe Satriani
The Mute Gods
Paul Gilbert
Plini
Website marcominnemann.com
Marco Minnemann in Aarhus, 2016

Marco Minnemann (born December 24, 1970) is a German drummer,[1] composer and multi-instrumentalist. He lives in San Diego, California.

Marco Minnemann has published a number of solo CDs. On most of them he performs all instruments and vocals.[2] He is known for developing a very advanced drum technique called interdependence allowing him to play various patterns with each of his feet or hands, and has published several instructional books describing this concept.[2]

Minnemann provided additional guest voices in the Titmouse-animated series Metalocalypse on Adult Swim.

In 2011, he was the runner-up in a series of auditions for Dream Theater after Mike Portnoy left the band in 2010.[3]

Marco also performs with several other groups. He was a member of the German Crossover band Freaky Fukin Weirdoz from 1992-98, with whom he recorded 4 albums, and from 1998-99 he was a member of the German Rock band H-Blockx and recorded the album "Fly Eyes" with them. Since 2011[4] he has been a member of Steven Wilson's studio band and, on occasion, his touring band as well. He is a member of the rock group The Aristocrats[5] and has performed with Joe Satriani since 2013.[6] Currently he is also the drummer for The Mute Gods, which is a project of Nick Beggs (Kajagoogoo, Steven Wilson Band) and appears on their album "Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me".

Books[edit]

  • Ultimate Play Along Drum Trax.
  • Extreme Interdependence: Drumming Beyond Independence (With Audio CD) – Nov 2001
  • Maximum Minnemann 2006

DVDs[edit]

  • Marco Minnemann: Live in L.A. – October 2007[7]
  • Extreme Drumming - 2003
  • The Marco Show - 2006

Discography[edit]

Solo

  • The Green Mindbomb (1998)
  • Comfortably Homeless (1999)
  • Orchids (2002)
  • Broken Orange (2003)
  • Normalizer (2003)
  • Mieze (2004)
  • Contraire de la chanson (2006)
  • Housewifedogandtwokids (2007)
  • A Mouth of God (2008)
  • Catspoon (2009)
  • Normalizer 2 (2010)
  • Evil Smiles Of Beauty/Sound Of Crime (2012)
  • Symbolic Fox (2012)
  • "EEPS" (2014)
  • "Celebration" (2015)
  • Above The Roses (2016)
  • "Schattenspiel" (2016)

with Mario Brinkmann and Fabio Trentini

  • Disarmed (2005)

with Minnemann/Brinkmann/Trentini/Zimmer

  • Play the Police (2007)

with The Aristocrats

  • "The Aristocrats" (2011)
  • "BOING! We'll do it live" (2012)
  • "Culture Clash" (2013)
  • "Live in Osaka" (2014)
  • "Tres Caballeros" (2015)

with ""Trey Gunn""

  • Modulator (2010)

with Mike Henderson

  • "The Veneer of Logic" (2013)

with Illegal Aliens

  • Thickness (1996)
  • Red Alibis (1997)
  • Time (1998)
  • International Telephone (2000)
  • Swine Songs - Best Of (2006)

with ""Mike Keneally""

  • Evidence of Humanity (2010)

with ""Tony Levin and Jordan Rudess""

with Minnemann/Brinkmann

  • Motor (2002)
  • "The Shining" (2010

with "Phi Yaan-Zek with Marco Minnemann"

  • Dance with the Anima (2010)
  • Deeper with the Anima (2012)

with ""Plini""

  • The End of Everything (2015)

with Shiloh Sheray

  • S+M (2011)

with ""U-Z Project""

  • Ultimate Zero Tour (2011)

Selected recordings with other artists[edit]

1990s

  • FFW - "Senseless Wonder" (1992)
  • FFW - "Mao Mak Maa" feat. Nina Hagen (1993)
  • FFW - "Culture Shock" (1995)
  • H-Blockx - "Fly Eyes" (1996)
  • FFW - "Hula" (1997)
  • Keilerkopf - "Keilerkopf" (1998)

2000s

  • Paul Gilbert - "Burning Organ" (2000)
  • Wolfgang Schmid "Special Kick" (2001)
  • Wolfgang Schmid "A Swift Kick" (2002)
  • Paddy Kelly (2002)
  • Nena - "feat. Nena" (2003)
  • Paul Gilbert - "Spaceship One" (2004)
  • Paul Gilbert - "Spaceship One Live" DVD (2005)
  • Mario Brinkmann - "Engineer" (2007)
  • Illogicist - "The Insight Eye" - (2007)
  • Necrophagist - Summer Slaughter Tour Live DVD (2008)
  • Ephel Duath - "Through My Dog's Eyes" (2008)
  • Mike Keneally - "Scambot" (2009)
  • UKZ - "Radiation" EP (2009)
  • Dr. Zoltan Øbelisk – Why I Am So Wise, Why I Am So Clever, and Why I Write Such Good Songs (2009)

2010s

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Adrian Belew Interview : Guitar Interviews | GuitarInternational.com". Retrieved 2011-04-26. 
  2. ^ a b Haid, Mike (17 April 2007). "Marco Minnemann: Beyond Chops". Modern Drummer. Retrieved 24 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Mike Mangini is Dream Theater's New Drummer! | Pearl Drums". pearldrum.com. Retrieved 2015-11-30. 
  4. ^ "Harmony Korine Live VideoStevenWilsonHQ.com". StevenWilsonHQ.com. Retrieved 2015-11-30. 
  5. ^ "The Aristocrats | About". the-aristocrats-band.com. Retrieved 2015-11-30. 
  6. ^ "Joe Satriani - discography > shockwave supernova". www.satriani.com. Retrieved 2015-11-30. 
  7. ^ "Live in L.A. (DVD): Marco Minnemann, Drum Workshop: Movies & TV". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2011-10-22. 
  8. ^ "Sylencer". Sylencer.bandcamp.com. Retrieved 2015-06-12. 
  9. ^ "Matte Henderson interview on Outsight Radio Hours". Archive.org. Retrieved 23 February 2014. 
  10. ^ "Spotify Friday Review #93: Nathan Frost – Synecron". Progmetalzone.com. 2013-10-26. Retrieved 2015-06-12. 

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