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Lord Worm Returns to Cryptopsy

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After speculation of who was going to relpace recently departed vocalist Martin Lacroix, it has been made official, through www.cryptopsy.net, that original Cryptopsy vocalist Lord Worm has indeed returned to the fold. Lord Worm himself stated, somewhat cryptically, by saying - "'Un mal pour un bien', I've heard it said, and those seven long years ago, unhappy though I was at leaving (for a private question of honour, not beer), it was none the less for the best. Now, we've come full circle, and again a private question of honour finds me back in the fold. It is so. It cannot be otherwise. See you soon..."

Lord Worm's return to the Crpytopsy fold marks the first time the vocalist has been involved with the band since their milestone None So Vile release in 1996. It would then be Lord Worm himself who would recruit ex-Cryptopsy vocalist Michael DiSalvo to replace him and throughout the years, it has been known that Lord Worm has kept close ties with the band (before his return, Lord Worm was actually helping the recently departed vocalist Martin Lacroix with his phrasing and lyrical placement). Through his intimidating and deranged stage presence, Lord Worm has been known for being one of death metal's most unique vocalists (and lyricists) through such acts as his infamous "coffin show act" and mostly known as the vocalist who would eat worms onstage. If all goes as planned without any delay, Crpytopsy should be entering Wild Studios in their hometown of Montreal with Pierre Remillard early 2004 to record the long awaited follow-up to 2000's And Then You'll Beg.

Source: BW&BK

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