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Roman Kostrzewski on 26 March 2010
|Born||15 February 1960|
|Associated acts||Kat, Kat & Roman Kostrzewski, Alkatraz|
Roman Kostrzewski (born 15 February 1960) is a Polish heavy metal musician. He was a vocalist and lyricist of Kat until 2005. Since then he performs with Kat & Roman Kostrzewski group. He founded Alkatraz, a heavy metal music band, with Valdi Moder in 2000.
With Kat: See Kat discography.
With Alkatraz: 2001 - "Error"
With Kat & Roman Kostrzewski 2007 - "Życie po Życiu" (Pol. "Life after Life"), live DVD.
- Woda(Water) (2007)
- Anton Szandor LaVey - The Satanic Bible (1995)
- Mark Twain - Letters from the Earth (released on 2CDs, 1999)
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