CRYPTOPSY Nominated In 'Favorite Metal Artist/Group' Category At THE INDIES

Quebec-based death metallers CRYPTOPSY have been nominated in the "Favorite Metal Artist/Group" category at The Indies, the 6th Annual Independent Music Awards, Canadian Music Week Festival (CMW), being held on Wednesday, March 1 in Toronto, Ontario. Vote for the band at this location.

Based in Montreal and founded in 1992, CRYPTOPSY have sold over 275,000 albums/CDs to date. Reinventing and redefining metal’s boundaries, CRYPTOPSY are recognized worldwide for infusing extreme music with awe-inspiring precision, rabidly dynamic rhythms, and mouth-foaming viciousness.

CRYPTOPSY recently completed a U.S. tour in support of their latest album, "Once Was Not" (Century Media). The band's The Domination Tour 2006 of Europe with GRAVE, DEW-SCENTED, ABORTED, VESANIA and HURTLOCKER kicks off January 31 in Warsaw, Poland. A video for the track "The Pestilence That Walketh in Darkness (Psalm 91:5-8)" was filmed on September 23. The band will be teaming up with EXODUS and IMMOLATION for several East Coast dates in late April.


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