CRYSTAL VIPER Frontwoman Launches THUNDERBALL CLOTHING

Marta Gabriel, frontwoman of the Polish heavy metal act CRYSTAL VIPER, has launched her own clothing company, Thunderball Clothing. Her first collection, named "Screaming ForVengeance", is out now, and includes a series of hand-made motorcycle jackets.

Thunderball Clothing was conceived in 2003 when Gabriel started to design and create stage clothes for herself and her CRYSTAL VIPER bandmates. Now, nine years later, after many requests, the clothes that she designs and creates are available for everyone. Every single item she produceis inspired by same classic song or album, and is absolutely original, one-of-a-kind, handmade, and available in just one copy and one size.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/thunderballclothing.

CRYSTAL VIPER's new album, "Crimen Excepta", was released in Europe on April 27 and in the U.S. on April 24 via AFM Records. The concept effort about holy inquisition, black magic and witches, where fiction is mixed with historical facts, was produced by Bart Gabriel (SACRED STEEL, JACK STARR'S BURNING STARR) and recorded with sound engineer Mariusz Pietka (MORTICIAN, LONEWOLF).

"Crimen Excepta" features two special guests: David Bower, vocalist of HELL appears in the title track, while VADER mainman Piotr "Peter" Wiwczarek can be heard in the cover version of the classic VADER song "Tyrani Piekiel", which is available as the bonus track on the first, limited edition of the album.

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