CRYPTOPSY Drummer To Perform At Toronto Art Exhibit

CRYPTOPSY drummer Flo Mounier will perform at the Museum Of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto, Ontario on June 16 at 7:00 p.m. as part of the "Demons Stole My Soul – Rock 'n' Roll Drums In Contemporary Art" exhibit. Flo will perform a live drum solo in the MOCCA gallery and his impressive drum kit will be on public display for the entire day preceding his show. A video projection of Flo playing the drums is included as the entrance piece throughout the duration of the exhibition which will garner the attention of MOCCA's audience and build momentum towards the June 16 performance.

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CRYPTOPSY entered Studio Vortex in Saint-Constant, Quebec last month with producer Sebastien Marsan to begin recording their new album, tentatively due before the end of the year. A pre-production recording of a new CRYPTOPSY track, entitled "Carrionshine", has been posted online in MP3 format at this location (5 MB).


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