German rock music group Brainstorm was shaped in 1989 by guitarists Torsten Ihlenfeld and Milan Loncaric, and drummer Dieter Bernert, and quickly go about saving their first demonstration, “Hands of Doom.” Bassist Andreas Emailänder was following to become listed on and, following a string of unreliable frontmen, vocalist Marcus Jürgens curved out their rates, as demonstration after demo gradually brought the music group closer to attaining their goals. 1997 finally noticed the discharge of Brainstorm’s debut record, Hungry, that was backed by travels with Morgana Lefay and Skyclad prior to making way for the next year’s sophomore work, Unholy, made by Charlie Bauerfeind (Blind Guardian, Gamma Ray, Angra, etc.). Jürgens quit the music group soon after, and something Henne Basse was earned to satisfy touring commitments until a long lasting replacement could possibly be within vocalist Andy B. Franck. A fresh deal with Steel Blade was after that struck, and Brainstorm undertook a chaotic recording timetable that led to 2000’s Ambiguity, 2001’s Metus Mortis, and 2003’s Spirit Temptation. Meanwhile, continuous festival performances and travels across European countries with famous brands Armored Saint and Ruler Gemstone helped Brainstorm become among Germany’s most widely used and reputed power metal clothes — no mean feat.