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Tomasz Rejek
Background information
Also known as Reyash
Born (1974-12-05) 5 December 1974 (age 39)
Origin Zielona Góra, Poland
Genres Death metal, black metal
Occupations Musician
Instruments Bass guitar, vocals
Associated acts Vader, Supreme Lord, Profanum, Christ Agony, Incantation, Witchmaster, Azarath

Tomasz "Reyash" Rejek[1] (br 5 December 1974) is a Polish black metal musician. He is a bassist, and vocalist known for his contribution to the bands Vader, Supreme Lord, Profanum, Christ Agony, Incantation, and Witchmaster.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8] He graduated in marketing and management at the University of Zielona Góra.



  • Under the Black Wings of Emperor (Demo, 1994)
  • Flowers of Our Black Misanthropy (CD, 1996)
  • Misantropiae Floris (CD, 2002)


  • No Peace At All (Demo, 1997)
  • Violence & Blasphemy (CD, 1999)
  • Witchmaster (CD, 2004)
  • Sex Drugs And Natural Selection (Demo, 2007)
  • Trucizna (CD, 2010)


Supreme Lord

  • At the Black Moon Night (Demo, 1995)
  • Metal Forever (Demo, 2000)
  • Death Metal Beast (Demo, 2003)
  • Chton/Supreme Lord – Two Tales of Terror (Split, 2003)
  • X99.9 (CD, 2004)
  • Legion Of Doom (Demo, 2007)
  • Father Kaos (2011)

Christ Agony

  • Christ Agony (CD, 2005, as Union)
  • Demonology (MCD, 2007)
  • Condemnation (CD, 2008)
  • NocturN (2011)[9]


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