CRIONICS Recovering From Bus Accident That Claimed Life Of DECAPITATED Drummer
Members of the Polish band CRIONICS — who were sharing a tour bus with DECAPITATED when they were involved in a road collision that claimed the life the life of their friend, DECAPITATED drummer Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka — sustained broken bones and lacerations in the accident that took place three days ago near Gomel, on the Russia/Belarus border. CRIONICS vocalist/guitarist War-an said via e-mail earlier today (Friday, November 2), "our drummer has a broken jaw, our keyboard player injuries to his wrist and I'm suffering from rib injuries. Covan [vocals] from DECAPITATED is better as of today but is still in serious condition."
CRIONICS' latest album, "NeuThrone", was released in July via Candlelight Records. The recording session took place at Zed Studio in Olkusz, Poland with the very talented Tomasz Zalewski, who recorded the most recent albums by THY DISEASE, TOTEM, and HORRORSCOPE, among many others. The follow-up to 2005's "Armageddon's Evolution" contains 10 compositions and one bonus track. The cover and layout art was done by Michal "Czecza" Czekaj (not Jacek Wisniewski, as was the case in the past).
The video for the track "Humanmeat Cargo" can be viewed below.
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