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Sceptic (band)

Sceptic
Sceptic in 2005. From left: Marcin Halerz, Jacek Hiro, Weronika Zbieg and Jakub Chmura.
Background information
Origin Kraków, Poland
Genres Technical death metal, death metal, thrash metal
Years active 1994–present
Labels Mystic Production, Empire Records, Last Episode, Crash Music, Candlelight Records
Associated acts Decapitated, Atrophia Red Sun
Website Official website

Sceptic is a Polish death metal band from Kraków, Poland.

Sceptic is a Polish death metal band founded in 1994 by Jacek Hiro.[1] Marcin Urbaś (one of the fastest 200 meter sprinters) handled the vocal duties for the first and third album (Blind Existence (1999) and Unbeliever's Script (2003)), but currently is a session member due to his sport career. Weronika Zbieg from the Polish death/thrash band Totem handled the lead vocal duty on the latest album, Internal Complexity (2005).

Contents

  • Band members 1
  • Discography 2
    • Studio albums 2.1
    • Music videos 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Band members

Current members
  • Jacek Hiro – guitar (1994–present)
  • Paweł Kolasa – bass (1996–2001, 2008–present)
  • Weronika Zbieg – vocals (2004–present)
  • Daniel Kesler – guitar (2010–present)
  • James Stewart – drums (2015–present)
Former members
  • Maciej Zięba – drums (1994–1998, 2000–2002)
  • Jacek Mrożek – vocals, guitar (1995–1997)
  • Arkadiusz Stawiarski – vocals (1995–1998)
  • Marcin Urbaś – vocals (1998–2000, 2003–2004, 2005)[2]
  • Jakub Kogut – drums (1998–2000, 2010–2015)
  • Czesław Semla – guitar (1998–2001)[3]
  • Michał "Psycho" Senajko – vocals (2000–2001)[4]
  • Rafał "Kastor" Kastory – guitar (2001–2002)[3]
  • Grzegorz Feliks – bass (2001–2005)
  • Jakub "Cloud" Chmura – drums (2002–2010)
  • Marcin Halerz – bass (2005–2008)
Live members

Discography

Studio albums

Title Album details
Blind Existence
  • Released: 1999 (POL)
  • Label: Mystic Production
  • Formats: CD, CS
Pathetic Being
  • Released: April 21, 2001 (POL),[5] May 15, 2001 (EU),[4]
    September 25, 2001 (US)
  • Label: Empire Records, Last Episode, Crash Music
  • Formats: CD, CS, digital download[6]
Unbeliever's Script
  • Released: September 25, 2003 (POL), April 6, 2004 (EU)[7]
  • Label: Empire Records, Candlelight Records
  • Formats: CD
Internal Complexity
  • Released: December 12, 2005 (POL)[8]
  • Label: Mystic Production
  • Formats: CD

Music videos

Year Title Directed Album
1999 "Beyond Reality" Adam Kuc, Selani Studio Blind Existence
"Painful Silence"
2001 "Pathetic Being" Pathetic Being
2003 "Illusion Possessor" Unbeliever's Script
2005 "Suddenly Awaken"[9] Marcin Halerz Internal Complexity

References

  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/artist/sceptic-p509809/biography
  2. ^ http://muzyka.interia.pl/wiadomosci/news/marcin-urbas-znowu-w-sceptic,397366,44
  3. ^ a b http://muzyka.interia.pl/wiadomosci/news/zmiany-w-sceptic,188523,44
  4. ^ a b c http://muzyka.interia.pl/artysci/zespol/wiadomosci/news/nowy-wokalista-sceptic,77209
  5. ^ http://muzyka.interia.pl/plyty/plyta/sceptic-pathetic-being,713
  6. ^ https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/pathetic-being/id34704334
  7. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/album/unbelievers-script-mw0000337758
  8. ^ http://muzyka.interia.pl/plyty/plyta/sceptic-internal-complexity,13394
  9. ^ http://muzyka.interia.pl/teledyski/teledysk/sceptic-suddenly-awaken,21987

External links

  • Official website
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