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Below is our complete Crash news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
As we approach the end of another year, it would seem that Sunday Old School's attempt to expose more metal veterans from across the world has been a success. From Aria in Russia to Moonspell in Portugal, from Channel Zero in Belgium to Mezarkabul in Turkey, we've seen some of the best the world has given the metal genre and heard some of the best music on offer. This week, we'll be continuing this trend by heading to Asia for the first and only time since 2011's column on Japan's, Loudness, to check out a contribution to thrash metal from South Korea, one which had the suitably high impact moniker of Crash.
The band was formed in 1991 by vocalist/bassist, Ahn Heung-Chan, guitar player, Yoon Doo-Byung and drummer, Jung Yong-Wook, in the country's capital city of Seoul and became one of the first groups in the nation to encourage stage diving and hardcore dancing. Their ferocious music and growing, rabid following soon caught the attention of Metal Force Records, a subsidiary of the SK Group, a giant corporation in Korea. More...
Arch Enemy, which split with guitarist Christopher Amott last month, will headline the upcoming Ax-Mayhem Festival in Seoul, Korea on April 21st, 2012.
Also on the Ax-Mayhem bill are Chthonic, Each Of The Days, Crash, and Method. For more information and tickets head to this location. A teaser trailer for the festival has now been posted online and can be viewed below.
The Korean industrial metal band Crash has finally completed their long awaited, though still untitled sixth album which will be released later this year. This will be the band's first new album since 2003.