Sceptic

Sceptic
Die Band 2006
Die Band 2006
Allgemeine Informationen
Genre(s) Technical Death Metal, Thrash Metal
Gründung 1994 als Tormentor
Website http://www.myspace.com/scepticpl
Aktuelle Besetzung
Jacek Hiro (seit 1994)
Jakub „Cloud“ Chmura (seit 2002)
Weronika Zbieg (seit 2005)
Marcin Halerz (seit 2005)
E-Gitarre
Wacław „Vogg“ Kiełtyka (seit 2008)
Ehemalige Mitglieder
E-Gitarre
Dariusz „Yanuary“ Styczeń (1994 bis 1995)
Schlagzeug
Maciej Zięba (1994 bis 1998, 2000 bis 2002)
Gesang
Arek Stawiarski (1995 bis 1998)
E-Bass
Paweł „Fafson“ Kolasa (1997 bis 2004)
Gesang
Marcin Urbaś (1998 bis 2000)
Schlagzeug
Kuba Kogut (1998 bis 2000)
Gesang
Michał „Psycho“ Senajko (2000)
E-Gitarre
Jacek Mrożek (1995 bis 1998)
E-Gitarre
Czesiek Semla
Gesang
Michał Skotniczny
E-Gitarre
Rafal „Kastor“
E-Gitarre
Waclaw „Vogg“ Kieltyka
E-Bass
Grzegorz Feliks
E-Bass
Marcin Halerz
Live-Mitglieder
E-Gitarre
Krystian „Pinocchio“ Skowiniak

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