VADER: Photos From 25th Anniversary Concert Available
Polish death metal veterans VADER celebrated their 25-year anniversary with a special concert on August 30 at Stodola Club in Warsaw, Poland. The gig, which was sold out, also featured performances by GRAVE, ROTTING CHRIST, DISMEMBER, GOREFEST, MARDUK, NILE, ENTOMBED and SAMAEL.
Check out photos from the event:
VADER recently parted ways with drummer Dariusz "Daray" Brzozowski and guitarist Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz. According to the Meinl Cymbals web site, Daray will join the Norwegian black metal group DIMMU BORGIR while Mauser will concentrate on his UNSUN project, which will release its debut album, "The End Of Life", on September 22 via Century Media Records. Their rumored replacements in VADER are former LOST SOUL drummer Adam Sierzega and either Jacek Hiro from SCEPTIC or Waclaw "Vogg" Kieltyka from DECAPITATED on guitar.
VADER will enter the studio in March 2009 to begin recording its new album for a September 2009 release. An EP will precede the full-length CD in May.
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