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© Miroslav Jurčeka (1989-2018)
Line-Up Ex-Members Albums Singles Refers
CRIMINAL
Chile

Line-Up (2004):

Anton Reisenegger - voc,g
Rodrigo Contreras - g
Zac - ds

Former Members:

Juan Francisco Cueto (bg, cca 8/01); Robin Eaglestone (bg)
Mark Royce (kb, ?-6/04)
Jimmy Ponce (ds, cca 4/99-cca 8/01)

Albums Discography:

#TitleRelease DateLabelTypeUKUSA
1.Victimized1994 BMG
2.Dead Soul
produced by: Vincent Wojno
06.04.1999Metal Blade
3.Cancer10.09.2001Metal Blade
4.No Gods No Masters2003 Metal Blade
5.White Hell14.04.2009Massacre
6.Akelarre08.05.2012Goomba Music LLC
7.Fear Itself18.03.2016Metal Blade

Singles Discography:

#SP/EP TitleRelease DateLabelUKUSA
1.New Disorder?
2.Collide?
3.Park & Ride (remix)27.04.1998Scandalous

Press References:

Big Beng!
YearIssueDatePageColumnType
19991018.03.19996Infokus
19991308.04.199926Forum kritikumalbum review
19991522.04.199918interview
20011630.08.200145Forum kritikumalbum review
Rock & Pop
YearIssueDatePageColumnType
200111 109Recenze - Novinkyalbum review
20043 60Metal+interview
20043 80Recenze+album review