KRUK Recording Third Album

Polish hard rockers KRUK are currently in the studio working on the material for their as-yet-untitled third album, to be released in the fall. The CD is being produced by Marcin Kindla, previously associated with the Polish pop scene.

"The material on which we are currently working is undoubtedly still rock music. However, we do feel a great urge to write it in a slightly different way than it was with our two previous albums," says KRUK guitarist Piotr Brzychcy. "We are open to other genres of music and this time we are trying to make use of it. That’s why I am counting on Marcin Kindla, who, despite being brought up on rock music, comes from a totally different music sphere. He has astonishing intuition and taste in what he is doing and, what is more important, he is open to crazy ideas. Of course, there would be no fun if we didn't prepare some special surprises, but let this remain our secret. And the truth is we still do not know what we will end up with at the end of the recordings."

KRUK's sophomore album, "It Will Not Come Back", was released in 2011. The CD featured guest appearances by Doogie White (RAINBOW, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, TANK) and Piotr Kupicha (FEEL). The effort was made available with a bonus DVD featuring 100 minutes of concert footage.


KRUK is:

Piotr Brzychcy - Guitar
Tomasz Wisniewski - Vocals
Krzysiek Nowak - Bass
Darek Nawara - Drums
Michal Kurys - Keyboards


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