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There are five bands under the name Crystal Lake:
1) Hands up / Dance group:
Alex Moerman & Paul Gorbulski, two of the currently most happening Dance producers in Europe, are the creators of Crystal Lake.
Their unique style is Hands Up – a mixture of Eurodance & Hard Dance, but always flavored with House, Trance, 80's, Rock or Electro elements.
In studio, Alex contributes the beats and sound design. He Used to play the drums and therefore has a great ability in creating the right groove for Crystal Lake's tracks.
Paul is in charge of the melodies and the lyrics. When Paul was a kid he used to play the violin, after training for 1 year he threw the violin against the wall and broke it! Guess that wasn't meant to be. After his unsuccessful violin experience Paul started taking piano lessons, which lasted for 8 years!
Crystal Lake was founded in Friday 13th 1999, since then Alex & Paul were busy breaking their own personal records, always aiming higher & higher towards their ultimate goal – Becoming one of the most influential dance music acts in the world.
Over the years Crystal Lake had numerous amounts of live shows, dozens of top chart positions, over 2 Million views on YouTube, their own radio show (Crystal Nation) with over 13,000 listeners and are regularly featured on compilations such as Dream Dance (Sony), VIVA Club Rotation (Ministry Of Sound) & Future Trance (Universal).
Their official site: http://www.c-lake.com
Their YouTube page: http://www.youtube.com/user/CrystaLakeTV
1) Ｃｒｙｓｔａｌ Ｌａｋｅ From Japan
Crystal Lake started out in the summer of 2002, heavily influenced by mid-90's hardcore, they prepared to make their impact on the Tokyo hardcore scene. Late 2002 saw the search for a new singer, but by January 2003 they had settled with current line up and were one again ready to go.
2003 saw a busy year, with two tours, including South Korea, and three releases. The demo "Freewill" was released in February in time for the show in Korea which they were invited to by Gmc Records. A second demo "One Word Changes Everything" came out in July, and a self released 4 track EP, also entitled "Freewill" was released in September, 1000copies were made and sold. September 2003 also saw Crystal Lake play 5 shows with Day Of Contempt (Australia).
2004 saw more exposure for the band, with track on a compilation cd "Hardcore Ball 6". Also from March to June Crystal Lake went on the "Blood Of Judas" tour with Loyal To The Grave & Extinguish The Fire. This tour later saw the release of a 3way split cd and dvd.
In 2005 the band released a split cd with Risen (USA) & Unboy and also toured in Malaysia.
Crystal Lake performed at "Independence-D" (Most famous indie music festival in Japan) on February 2006. The 1st full length album "Dimension" was released on 5th July 2006! it is released by Imperium Recordings and features Eva (Gather), Iris (Firestone) and Mitome (Birthplace). There are 8 tracks (mostly new songs). We hope you will all listen and enjoy! Since the release of the album, they have done the "Dimension Tour", which was recieved well by kids from all over Japan who love to go wild to Crystal Lake savage technical breed of hardcore.
Crystal Lake performed at "Metal Presentation 2007 with I Killed The Prom Queen (Australia)" in February, "Hatebreed Japan Tour 2007" in March and "Rockstar taste of CHAOS Tour 2007 in Tokyo, Japan" in November.
2) Crystal Lake progressive rock/metal band from Toruń (Poland), playing since 2003.
Adam Płotnicki - vocal
Marcin Gawełek - guitar
Piotr Wypych - keyboards
Zbyszek Prylewski- bass
Krzysztof Grzelak- drums
They released debut album Safe in 2009.
3) Brazilian thrash metal band
4) Dutch thrash metal band, later renamed to Crustecean
5) Hip-hop group from Huddersfield, UK. Released first EP under this name in 1999, then later albums in 2006 and 2011.
Jonnie Clifford: Producer Jim Elliott: Lyricist / Vocals Gaz "Budgie" Burgess:Vocals
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