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Marek Pająk

Marek Pająk
Marek Pajak, 2010
Background information
Born November 26, 1977
Poland
Genres Death metal
Occupations Musician
Instruments Guitar, bass guitar
Years active 1998-Present
Associated acts Vader, Esqarial, Amorphous, Panzer X

Marek Pająk, (born November 26, 1977[1]), is a Polish musician and guitarist. In 2010 he joined death metal band Vader.[2] Pająk is endorsed by Ibanez guitars.[3][4]

Discography

Esqarial
  • Amorphous (1998, Propaganda Promotion)
  • Discoveries (2001, Empire Records)
  • Inheritance (2002, Empire Records)
  • Klassika (2004, Empire Records)
  • Burned Ground Strategy (2008, Propaganda Promotion)
Vader
Amorphous
  • Return From The Dead (2008, Propaganda Promotion)
  • Modus Operandi (2010, Propaganda Promotion)
  • A Perfect Evil (2012, Let It Bleed Records)
Panzer X

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