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The Crown set to release Doomsday King

August 14, 2010 by  

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The Crown set to release Doomsday King

THE CROWN’s new album ‘Doomsday King’ will be released in Europe on September 27.

The band was founded in 1990 in Trollhättan under the name Crown Of Thorns but was forced to change their name to THE CROWN in 1998 due to another band from the US using that name. Three of the original founding members are still in the band: Marko Tervonen (guitar), Magnus Olsfelt (bass) and Janne Saarenpää (drums). In 1993 Marcus Sunesson (guitar, also playing in Engel) stepped in to replace Robert Österberg. In 2004 the band announced to break up, but good luck for all Death Metal fans they decided to reform in 2009 with Jonas Stålhammar (from the Death Metal pioneers God Macabre) who took over vocal duties from Johan Lindstrand.

For more background information about the reunion, please check the in-depth interview Marko did with Metal Sucks:

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