Guitarist, Vocalist From Classic KROKUS Line-Up Reunite In Band's Latest Incarnation

Guitarist Fernando Von Arb and vocalist Marc Storace, both members of the most celebrated early-'80s-era line-up of the Swiss rockers KROKUS, have officially reunited in the group's latest incarnation, which is currently recording a new album at Soundlake Studio in Lausanne, Switzerland for a summer release. An extended tour will start this in June and will include US dates.

Confirmed west coast shows are as follows:

Jun. 21 - Anaheim, CA @ The Shack
Jun. 22 - Anaheim, CA @ The Shack
Jun. 27 - Sacramento, CA @ The Roadhouse
Jun. 28 - Tarzana, CA @ Paladino's

KROKUS still stand as the only Swiss rock band to have achieved gold and platinum status in the USA and Europe, with over 10 million albums sold worldwide.

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From 1980 until 1990, KROKUS produced legendary albums like Metal Rendez-Vous, Hardware, One Vice At The Time, Headhunter, and The Blitz, and toured all over Europe and USA.

The current line-up of KROKUS is as follows:

Marc Storace - vocals
Fernando Von Arb - lead guitar
Dave Stettler - guitar
Marcel Kopp - drums
Tony "TC" Castell - bass


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