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Paweł Jaroszewicz

Paweł Jaroszewicz
Paweł Jaroszewicz, 2008
Background information
Birth name Paweł Jaroszewicz
Also known as Paul, Virus, Pawulon
Born (1985-09-20) 20 September 1985 (age 28)
Origin Świdnik, Poland
Genres Heavy metal, death metal, technical death metal
Occupations Drummer
Instruments Drums
Associated acts Crionics, Hell-Born, Lost Soul, Antigama, Rootwater, Vader, Thy Disease, Christ Agony, Decapitated

Paweł Jaroszewicz, (born 20 September 1985, Świdnik), is a Polish musician and drummer. He has contributed to bands such as Crionics, Lost Soul, Antigama, Hell-Born, Rootwater, Vader, Decapitated, Thy Disease, and Christ Agony.

Discography

  • Interior - Promo Only (2005, self released)
  • Soul Snatcher - Pylons of Dispersion (2007, Redrum666 Records)
  • Hell-Born - Darkness (2008, Witching Hour Productions)
  • Rootwater - Visionism (2009, Mystic Production)
  • Vader - Necropolis (2009, Nuclear Blast)
  • Sinful - XIII Апостол (2010, MSR Productions)
  • Crionics - N.O.I.R. (2010, MSR Productions)
  • Vader - Welcome to the Morbid Reich (2011, Nuclear Blast)[1]
  • Antigama - Stop the Chaos (EP, 2012, SelfMadeGod Records)
  • Antigama - Meteor (2013, SelfMadeGod Records)

Gear

Premier drums Artist Maple[2]
  • 2x 22"x18" Bass Drums
  • 8"x7" Tom
  • 10"x8" Tom
  • 12"x9" Tom
  • 13"x10" Tom
  • 14"x11" Tom
  • 16"x16" Floor Tom
  • 14"x5,5" Pearl Virgil Donati Snare
  • 14"x3,5" Pearl Maple Piccolo
Hardware
  • Czarcie Kopyto Pedals[3]
  • Pearl Icon Rack
Evans Drumheads
  • Evans EC-2Clear
  • Evans Emad Clear
Vic Firth drumsticks[4]
Paiste Cymbals[5][6]
  • 24" Rude Mega Power Ride
  • 20" Signature Dark Metal Ride
  • 15" Twenty hi-hat
  • 12" Twenty hi-hat
  • 14"/18" NoiseWorks Trash Set
  • 17" 2002 Wild Crash
  • 18" 2002 Wild Crash
  • 19" 2002 Wild Crash
  • 8" Signature Dark Energy Splash MK I
  • 10" Signature Dark Energy Spash MK I
  • 6" Signature Splash
  • 16" 2002 China
  • 18" 2002 China
  • 20" 2002 China
  • 18" Twenty China
  • 10" 2002 Wild Splash + 14" Alpha 'B' CHINA (stack)
  • 10" 2002 Wild Splash + 12" Twenty Mini China (stack)
  • 8" 2002 Cup Chime

References

External links

  • Vader's homepage
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