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  1. Years active. 1988-present. Karl Buechner (born December 23, 1970) is an American musician from Syracuse, New York, best known as the frontman for the hardcore band Earth Crisis. He is also the singer of Freya, Path of Resistance, Vehement Serenade, Apocalypse Tribe and 1000 Drops of Venom.

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    Earth Crisis is an American metallic hardcore band from Syracuse, New York, active from 1989 until 2001, reuniting in 2007. Since 1993 the band's longest serving members are vocalist Karl Buechner, lead guitarist Scott Crouse, bassist Ian Edwards and drummer Dennis Merrick.

    • Ben Read, Kris Wiechmann, Michael Riccardi, Jesse Buckley, John Moseman
    • Karl Buechner, Scott Crouse, Ian Edwards, Dennis Merrick, Erick Edwards
  3. Photo by Helmut Buechner, courtesy Smithsonian Institution. Helmut Karl Buechner (1918–1975) was an American ecologist and zoologist. Biography. Buechner was born in 1918, in Scotia, New York. He received a bachelor's degree from New York State College of Forestry and Syracuse University in 1941.

    • 1975
  4. Life and career Early life Carl Frederick Buechner, the eldest son of Katherine Golay (Kuhn) and Carl Frederick Buechner Sr., was born on July 11, 1926, in New York City. [8] [9] During Buechner's early childhood the family moved frequently, as Buechner's father searched for work.

    • Author, Presbyterian minister
    • O. Henry Award, Rosenthal Award, Christianity and Literature Belles Lettres Prize
    • Judith Buechner (m. 1956)
  5. Last of the Sane is the fifth album by the American metalcore band Earth Crisis, which was released in 2001. After this album the band split up and Karl Buechner, Erick Edwards and Bulldog went on to form the band Freya. This album mostly consist of cover songs by other bands.

    • January 23, 2001
    • Victory
  6. Carl Frederick Buechner (/ ˈ b iː k n ər / BEEK-nər; July 11, 1926 – August 15, 2022) was an American writer, novelist, poet, autobiographer, essayist, preacher, and theologian. He was an ordained Presbyterian minister. He was best known for his novels, including A Long Day's Dying, The Book of Bebb, Godric and Brendan.