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Swedish Metallers Mourn Loss Of Nasum Frontman

GreatReporter.com has posted the following article on Nasum vocalist Mieszko Talarczyk, who had officially been declared dead after he went missing in the Asian tsunami. Several excerpts from the article:

The metal singer and his girlfriend were on holiday in Thailand when the tsunami hit. They left Sweden a few days before Christmas and were scheduled to return early in the New Year.

Mieszko, who turned 30 just days before, was among more than 500 Swedes declared missing in Thailand following the massive undersea earthquake measuring 8.7 on the Richter scale.

At Nasum’s last public appearance, playing at Sweden's P3 Guld Awards 2005 where they were nominated for the best metal/rock award, the band took to the stage to deliver a statement.

"We want to officially thank all of [the fans] for their support and compassion that definitely has helped us in this time of anxiety and uncertainty," it said.

"Many people have in one way or another been affected by the Asian disaster. Many people have performed heroic acts to comfort and to help. Many minutes of silence have passed.

"Minutes of silence have never been Nasum's thing, so we now ask you to honour the deceased, the injured, the survivors and all the heroes with a big warm applause."

Source: greatreporter.com

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