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Cryptopsy To Enter The Studio This Month

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The “genre-defying extreme metal titans,” CRYPTOPSY, have retuned with a “vicious” new line-up featuring the additions of vocalist Matt Mcgachy and keyboards/samplist Maggie Durand. You can click here to view a photo of the new lineup. The band will enter the studio mid-December to begin recording their much anticipated sixth full-length album.

CRYPTOPSY will also be touring Mexico, Central and South America for the very first time throughout February and will possibly return to Mexico again in April.

Reinventing and redefining metal’s boundaries, CRYPTOPSY, recognized worldwide for infusing extreme music with awe-inspiring precision, rabidly dynamic rhythms and mouth-foaming viciousness, have earned music fans respect inside and outside the metal community. The band’s viperous recordings and punishing live performance have confirmed their place in music’s elite.

In 2008, CRYPTOPSY returns to redefine the boundaries of technical extreme metal with an album that is sure to catch the attention of the entire scene.

Source: sIN's Metal News

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1. Cynic writes:

"genre-defying" ? More like genre defining! None So Vile was a landmark for metal, however I'm pretty skeptical about the future. Lord Worm was such a force, hopefully they'll get some better production on this - the production ruined the last album if you ask me.

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