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Crionics

Crionics
Background information
Origin Kraków, Poland
Genres Blackened death metal[1][2]
Melodic black metal (early)[3]
Years active 1997-2011[3]
Labels Candlelight, Demonic, Empire Records, MSR Productions
Associated acts Vader, Devilish Impressions, Asgaard, Psychollywood, Soul Snatcher, Immemorial, Sceptic, Thy Disease, Anal Stench, Hell-Born, Blindead
Website www.crionics.rockmetal.pl
Members Przemyslaw Olbryt
Dariusz Styczeń
Paweł Jaroszewicz
Wacław Borowiec
Rafał Brauer
Past members (see below)

Crionics was a Polish blackened death metal band from Kraków, formed in 1997 by Michał Skotniczny, Dariusz Styczeń, "Marcotic" and Maciej Zięba. In their early years they played fast and melodic music under the strong influence of Norwegian black metal band Emperor. After the release of the EP Noir, Crionics disbanded in 2011.[3]

Contents

  • Band history 1
  • Band members 2
  • Timeline 3
  • Discography 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Band history

A year after the band formed, they recorded five songs. This material has never been released because of its bad production. Six months later the band recorded their first demo. It contained four tracks, including a cover of Emperor's "I am the Black Wizards". In 1999 Crionics engaged Bartosz Bielewicz as a guitarist. Bielewicz contributed to the band's second demo Beyond the Blazing Horizon, recorded in their home studio. In 2000 Maciej Kowalski replaced drummer Maciej Zięba. In August 2002 the first studio album, entitled Human Error: Ways to Selfdestruction was released. Early in 2004, Crionics released their second album, Armageddon's Evolution. During that year, they also signed a 3-record deal with Candlelight Records. In 2007 their third and latest album Neuthrone was released.

Band members

Final line-up
Former members
  • Michał "War-A.N" Skotniczny – guitar, vocals (1997–2008)
  • Bartosz "Bielmo" Bielewicz – guitar (1999–2001)
  • Maciej "Chemosh" Zięba – drums (1997–2000)
  • Maciej "Darkside" Kowalski – drums (2000–2008)
  • Markus "Marcotic" Kopa – bass (1997–2004)
Live members
  • Dariusz "Daray" Brzozowski – drums (2005)
  • Łukasz "Lucass" Krzesiewicz – drums (2010)
  • James Stewart – drums (2010)
  • Konrad "Destroyer" Ramotowski – bass, vocals (2004–2007)
  • Filip "Heinrich" Hałucha – bass (2007)
  • Jakub "Jackobh" Czekierda – bass (2010)

Timeline

Discography

Studio albums
EPs
Demos
Music videos
Year Title Directed Album
2007 "Humanmeat Cargo"[5] Besz Film Neuthrone
2011 "Scapegoat (Welcome To Necropolis)" Marek Oleksy N.O.I.R.

References

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  3. ^ a b c
  4. ^ Crionics Reveals Details For New EP "N.O.I.R."
  5. ^

External links

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