CRISIS Frontwoman's Original Artwork For Sale On EBAY
CRISIS frontwoman Karyn Crisis will be selling her original artwork throughout August on eBay at this location. The first four pieces for sale are the coveted hand-painted photographs from her 1998-1999 limited-edition "Blood" series and are four of only 12 remaining pieces in this series: "Wielding the Way", "Scraping the Pins", "Into Darkness", and "Sickness". These hand-painted photographs are on 5" by 8" photo fiber paper and are all numbered and signed by Karyn Crisis.
CRISIS will be teaming up with EXODUS (headliners) and 3 INCHES OF BLOOD for a U.S. tour beginning in early October. The band will be touring in support of their latest album, "Like Sheep Led to Slaughter", which came out in May 2004 through The End/Children Of Rage Records. CRISIS' video for the track "Blood Burden" was shot in April 2004 with director Darren Doane (DEFTONES, AFI, THURSDAY, NILE). A follow-up clip, "Waking the Dead", was filmed at the site of an abandoned women's hospital in the boiler and patient rooms late in January.
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