CRYPTOPSY, Ex-NILE Members Join Forces In TEMPLE OF THIEVES
Flo Mounier (CRYPTOPSY) has joined forces with former NILE members Chief Spires and John Ehlers in a brand new project called TEMPLE OF THIEVES. According to Spires, "It's definitely different than anything we've done in the past. We wanted to step outside our boundaries and do something that we enjoy listening to."
He added, "I know we'll probably get blasted because it's not death metal. No worries — we can take it — and I'm sure there's people out there that will enjoy it."
The first four songs from TEMPLE OF THIEVES — "Poison The Well", "Listen To Reason", "Crutch" and "Sinful Communion" — can be streamed using the ReverbNation TuneWidget below (click on "Songs" tab).
TEMPLE OF THIEVES is currently seeking a label that will help them with their goal of releasing an entire album.
TEMPLE OF THIEVES is:
Michael Rock - Vocals
Chief Spires - Bass
Flo Mounier - Drums
John Ehlers - Guitar
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