02:30 - Maco Blaze is a great singer, and he proves it in Silicon Messiah.
02:26 - Fearmeister Exactly, Bailey wasn't that bad of a frontman. Kinda the same thing with Tim Owens and Judas Priest
02:24 - Ruchesko Oh yeah, Harris was a complete husk creatively at the time. I would've preferred Matos though.
02:12 - deadone I like Bayley in Maiden. In my opinion he was let down by song writing (especially all the repetition) and a very sterile sound with gutless rythm guitars and a real mechanical feel to it all.
"The unstoppable Montreal killing machine, Cryptopsy, are currently wrapping up a very successful European tour that will immediately lead them into this year's crushing Summer Slaughter North American touring package.
This trek marks their first stateside run in support of their career defining release, "The Unspoken King", which could quite possibly also be their most brutal, yet dynamic offering. The much anticipated new effort is set for a June 24th release.
Cryptopsy recently shot a new video with acclaimed director David Brodsky (GWAR, Soilent Green) for the album's vicious opening cut "Worship Your Demons." The clip captures the band's unrelenting, frenetic stage energy and it is sure to catch your attention. It made its exclusive, online debut through the Headbangers Ball Blog today and premieres on MTV2 this Sat. night. Click here to check it out now."
"The unstoppable Montreal killing machine, Cryptopsy, has wreaked havoc throughout the extreme metal genre for more than a decade, but in 2008 the band has returned stronger than ever. Cryptopsy have ultimately crafted their career defining release, "The Unspoken King", which could quite possibly also be their most brutal, yet dynamic offering. The much anticipated new effort is set for a June 24th release, which perfectly coincides with their participation in this year's crushing Summer Slaughter touring package. This tour features some of the finest acts in the genre today, so click this link for the complete list of bands and touring schedule.
Canadian masters of brutality Cryptopsy are currently putting the finishing touches on their sixth full-length studio album, "The Unspoken King". The band recently announced the addition of new frontman Matt McGachy (3 Mile Scream) and keyboards/samplist Maggie Durand to their line-up. Vocalist Matt comments the work on the new album as follows:
"The studio process has been very fulfilling. We have just recently finished all of the vocal tracks and the samples are in the process of being completed. The songs are just as brutal as on the previous albums while being far more concise. We have even brought in ex-Ion Dissonance vocalist Gabriel McCaughry to add some vocals to a track called 'Anoint The Dead'. Some of the other tracks on the album are called 'Worship Your Demons', 'The Headsmen' and 'Bemoan The Martyr'."
Extreme metal titans Cryptopsy have been forced to cancel their recently announced tour of South America in March, after drummer Flo Mounier broke his kneecap. Mounier had completed the drum tracking process for the group's new album prior to the incident, so it did not affect the recording. The tour of South America is expected to be re-scheduled later in 2008.
Cryptopsy are currently putting the finishing touches on their sixth full-length "The Unspoken King", which will surface through Century Media Records this summer. The group recently announced the addition of new frontman Matt McGachy (3 Mile Scream) and keyboards/samplist Maggie Durand to their line-up.
Guitarist Alex Auburn states: "Right now the band is plunged deeply into the production of the new album and so far everything is going well. Fans will be amazed by the diversity and open minded vision of extremes for this particular entity. Some song titles we've been working on are "Worship Your Demons," "Resurgence Of An Empire," and "Silence The Tyrants." More news to follow soon."
Canadian Death Metallers Cryptopsy have announced the addition of two new members. Vocalist Matt Mcgachy and Keyboard player/Samplist Maggie Durand are joining the band. A picture of the new line up can be found by clicking here.
The band will enter the studio mid December for their upcoming sixth album. Cryptopsy will, for the first time ever, be touring Mexico, Central and South America during the month of february and will possibly hit Mexico once more in April. Tour dates to be announced shortly.
Guitarist Alex Auburn of the Canadian death metallers Cryptopsy has confirmed that the band has once again parted ways with singer Lord Worm (a.k.a. Dan Greening). No reason was given for Lord Worm's departure, but according to Auburn, this time the vocalist was "kicked out" of the band and didn't leave of his own accord.
Cryptopsy is currently looking to audition candidates to fill the positions of singer/frontman and keyboardist/samplist. Vocalists must be able to sing in clean voice, on pitch, and also be able to scream/growl. If you are motivated and would like to try out, e-mail the band at email@example.com. If you have a criminal record, don't bother auditioning, as this means you can't tour.
Canadian Death Metallers Cryptopsy have announced a tour of North America. The tour will go all through October this year, and will cover Canada and the USA. The tour will continue to be in support of Cryptopsy's latest album 'Once Was Not'.
Here is a list of dates:
04/10/06 - Ottawa, On @ Maverick's
05/10/06 - Hamilton, On @ Absinthe
06/10/06 - Rouyn Noranda, QUE @ Petit Théatre du vieux Noranda
07/10/06 - Toronto, On @The Opera House
08/10/06 - London, On @ Embassy
09/10/06 - Sudbury, On @ Jubilee Centre
11/10/06 - Thunder Bay, On @ Kilroy's
12/10/06 - Winnipeg, Man @ Royal Albert
13/10/06 - Regina, Sask @ Exchange
14/10/06 - Edmonton, Alb @ The Moad Hall
16/10/06 - Victoria, BC @ Sugar NightClub
Belgian death metallers, Aborted have posted the following update on their homepage:
"Well, this tour (with Cryptopsy) has been quite the debacle. We had to cancel Malmo (Sweden) since the bus broke down in Denmark and we were stuck there the whole day which sucked ass. Luckily for the fans, Cryptopsy did make it at the last minute, and apparently they tore it up! We apologize to the fans there waiting to see us, but we only found out last minute we wouldn't make it, sucks.... Secondly, Matty (guitars) had some problems with his working situation so last minute we had to cancel our participation to the rest of the tour since he might have lost his job over this. Our boys in Visceral Bleeding are taking over for the other dates and I'm sure they will do the killing in our stead. All you guys out there, no worries, we're planning a full offensive next year with the new album! Now it's time to play Stockholm, see you guys there!"
Cryptopsy will be touring through Europe starting in August. Here are the gig dates:
11.08.06 - Party Sans Festival, Germany
12.08.06 - The Ghostfest, Leeds, UK
13.08.06 - Nottingham, UK @ RockCity
14.08.06 - Liverpool, UK @ Roadkill 350
15.08.06 - Cork, Ireland @ An Cruiscin Lan
16.08.06 - Dublin, Ireland @ Temple Music Bar
17.08.06 - Glasgow, UK @ Barfly
18.08.06 - Birmingham, UK @ Edward No. 8
19.08.06 - London, UK @ The Underworld
20.08.06 - Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
22.08.06 - Bladel n/Eindhoven, HOL @ Pazzop
23.08.06 - Bremen, GER @ SchlachthofMagazinkeller
24.08.06 - GER @ tba
25.08.06 - Malmoe, SWE @ Molle 2
26.08.06 - Linkoping, SWE @ Skylten
27.08.06 - Stockholm, SWE @ Debaser
29.08.06 - Helsinki, FIN @ Nosturi
Flo Mounier is going to release a Instructional Drum Video to come about summer this year, on this matter Flo also published his own website: http://www.flomounier.com , there you will find more info about the video, here is some of the content that the dvd will include:
- Warm ups for practices and shows.
- Various stretching exercises.
- Endurance and speed building exercises.
- Foot and hand technique.
- Grind library: Samples of various grind beats used in extreme metal.
- Gear & Drum Setup details.
- Live footage: Approximately 5 songs from different shows filmed from behind the drums during the Canada 2004 and U.S. 2005 Tours.
- Notations for these songs.
- Montreal Drumfest 2003 footage: An instrumental medley of new and exclusive material with fellow Cryptopsy members followed by a 7 minutes drum solo, Phobophile (instrumental) and a duet with drummer Ange Curcio.
You can now listen to Carrionshine (demo version), a pre-production of the song that will appear on Cryptopsy's new album that will be released later this year. It has been recorded by the band at their local in February 2005. Download it by clicking here! ( http://www.cryptopsy.net/lost/mp3s/Cryptopsy_PreProd2005.mp3 ).
Jon Levasseur here writing to officially announce my departure from Cryptopsy. It is something I strangely felt coming on since a year prior to my departure (August 2004) as my inspiration for such extreme music was growing thin. After 10 years in the band, I now wish to step back, lay low and explore other things in music. Who knows, maybe one day this new chapter in my life could turn out into something interesting!
That being said, I want to say that I'm very proud of what Cryptopsy has accomplished as a band and I consider myself extremely fortunate to have broken through boundaries with some of the best musicians in the business. So to Flo Mounier, Eric Langlois, Lord Worm and Alex Auburn, it's been a great ride guys, full of memories. Thanx for everything and for putting up with me!!! I also wish to extend thanx to the ex-members club: Steve Thibault, Mike DiSalvo, Miguel Roy, Martin Lacroix, Martin Fergusson, Dave Galea and to the 6th member for the past 6 years, Maurice Richard and all other people who have been involved in the band's success!
Canadian technical death metallers CRYPTOPSY have been officially rejoined by original vocalist Lord Worm.
Lord Worm, who sang on the band's first two albums — 1994's "Blasphemy Made Flesh" (Displeased) and 1995's "None So Vile" (Wrong Again) — has announced his return to CRYPTOPSY via the following posting on the group's web site:
" 'Un mal pour un bien', I've heard it said, and those seven long years ago, unhappy though I was at leaving (for a private question of honour, not beer), it was nonetheless for the best. Now, we've come full circle, and again a private question of honour finds me back in the fold. 'It is so. It cannot be otherwise.' See you soon..."