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Marcin Rygiel

Marcin Rygiel
Background information
Also known as Martin
Born (1983-04-30) April 30, 1983 (age 31)
Origin Krosno, Poland
Genres Death metal, technical death metal, avant-garde metal, black metal
Occupations Bassist
Instruments Bass guitar
Years active 1996–2008, 2010–present
Labels Metal Mind, Earache
Associated acts Decapitated
Lux Occulta

Marcin "Martin" Rygiel, (born 30 April 1983 in Krosno, Poland), is a Polish musician. He is a graduate of musical school in the first and second degree. Professionally, Martin was the bass guitarist of the technical death metal band Decapitated from their inception in 1996 to 2007, leaving several months before their hiatus. He was a member of the avant-garde metal/black metal band Lux Occulta from 1998 until their disbandment in 2002.[1][2] In June 2008, Rygiel toured with the death metal band Vader as a session musician.[3] He is currently living in California.

As of 2010, he is the bassist for California-based death metal band Annihilated.


  • MusicMan Stingray 150 5-string bass guitars
  • Ernie Ball stainless steel and regular slinky bass strings
  • Ampeg SVT-4 pro head
  • Ampeg SVT-810E cabinet
  • Digitech BP-80 processor
  • Mipro wireless system



Lux Occulta


  • Injected (EP, 2012)


External links

  • Decapitated official website
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