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BLACK RIVER - Band Featuring Behemoth And Dimmu Borgir Members Inked A Deal With Crusader Records

Polish blackened rock'n'roll band Black River has signed a worldwide (except for Poland) record deal with Crusader Records (part of the Golden Robot Global Entertainment Group). Black River features in its line-up Behemoth's bassist Tomasz 'Orion' Wróblewski and Dimmu Borgir's drummer Dariusz 'Daray' Brzozowski, the two are joined by Piotr 'Kay' Wtulich and Artur 'Art' Kempa (guitars) and vocalist Maciej Taff. Black River are set to release their new album entitled Generation aXe in early 2021.

Black River comments: "This is a very important moment for us because we will have a chance to reach listeners all over the world with our music. This opens up a lot of new opportunities and we are already looking forward to giving you the first details about our future cooperation. We've been working hard over the years to finally have this chance, and we'll do our best not to screw it up. Times are difficult not only for our industry, but moments like this give us strength and confirm our conviction about the right course. Signing with Mark Alexander-Erber, CEO of Robot Records/Crusader in the US and Michał Wardzała, head of Mystic Production in Poland, guarantees the quality and professionalism we were looking for. Flying under the wings of these two labels gives us the piece of mind and Black River can fully focus on creating new sounds Look forward to new material soon."

Black River is another dark music band export product from Poland. Playing blackened and mean rock/retal with each new release the band gains a lot of new fans. They debuted in 2008 with the album Black River, which gained a lot of positive reviews and firmly established the band's position on the market, and not just in Poland. Link

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