Poland's DIVISION BY ZERO Confirmed For PROGPOWER EUROPE 2008 Festival

Poland's DIVISION BY ZERO is the first confirmed band for the ProgPower Europe 2008 festival, set to take place October 3-5, 2008 at JC Sjiwa in Baarlo, The Netherlands.

DIVISION BY ZERO's debut album, "Tyranny of Therapy", was released earlier in the year via Insanity Records. The CD was recorded at studio ZED in Olkusz and featurea artwork by Mattias Norén, who has previously worked with such artists as EVERGREY, LOST HORIZON and AYREON.

DIVISION BY ZERO is:

Slawek "5th" Wierny - vocals
Mariusz "Rogol" Pre?tkiewicz - drums
Michal "Michael" Wieczorek - bass
Leszek "Lechu" Trela - guitars
Robert Gajgier - keyboards

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