CRYPTOPSY, MORTICIAN, HATE ETERNAL Members To Perform At NYC Museum

CRYPTOPSY drummer Flo Mounier, MORTICIAN vocalist Will Rhamer and HATE ETERNAL drummer Derek Roddy will perform at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City on March 30-31.

The trio have been invited to appear at the museum by Matthew Barney, an American artist who from his earliest work has explored the transcendence of physical limitations in a multimedia art practice that includes feature-length films, video installations, sculpture, photography, and drawing.

The two performances, which are being arranged by Barney and the composer, Jonathan Bepler, will feature the five-cycle film project "The Cremaster Cycle".

For some examples of imagery, check out www.cremaster.net.

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