MARDUK Drummer's Arm 'Healing Well'; Touring Activities Planned This Summer

According to a statement from MARDUK's management, the group's drummer Emil Dragutinovic's arm is healing well after it was broken in a fight back in February. The band plan to be back touring torwards the end of the summer. MARDUK are currently putting the finishing touches on the videos for the songs "Throne of Rats" and "The Hangman of Prague".

As previously reported, Dragutinovic had his arm broken while he was trying to protect himself from a swinging bat during a fight with several men on February 12.

MARDUK's ninth full-length album, "Plague Angel", was released in the U.S. last month. The album was issued in Europe in late November via Blooddawn/Regain Records.


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