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Firewind

Just one more power steel ensemble showcasing the broadly acknowledged and generally in-demand abilities of Greek electric guitar hero Gus G. (whose true name is normally Kostas Karamitroudis, and whose various other credits include Wish Bad and Mystic Prophecy, among countless visitor areas), Firewind blurs the lines between critical band …

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Sabaton

Swedish band Sabaton have already been a significant force in the energy metal field because the middle-2000s, but had to fight significant difficulties to make it happen, which might explain their eventual innovative obsession with everything war-related. Originally founded in 1999 and made up of Joakim Brodén (vocals and keyboards), …

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Powerwolf

Among Germany’s leading metallic rings, Powerwolf combine high-speed acoustic guitar function and thundering drums with forceful vocals and dark dream themes. Powerwolf had been shaped in 2003 by guitarist Matthew Greywolf (created Benjamin Buss) and bassist Charles Greywolf (created David Vogt), two music artists who was simply working together for …

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Running Wild

The four-man rock combo from Germany named Running Wild was formed within the mid-’70s by vocalist and guitarist Rolf Kasparak alongside guitarist Preacher, bassist Stephan, and drummer Hasche. The group cut their initial demos in 1982 and agreed upon to Noise Information for debut record Gates of Purgatory. A support …

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U.D.O.

Pursuing his 1987 leave from your German power steel band Acknowledge, vocalist Udo Dirkschneider created U.D.O. with guitarists Peter Szigeti and Mathias Dieth, bassist Frank Rittel, and drummer Tomas Franke. The group’s debut recording, Animal Home, was actually compiled by Dirkschneider’s previous bandmates in Accept, and by enough time from …

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DragonForce

U.K.-centered power metallic sextet DragonForce shaped in 1999 across the twin-guitar assault of Herman Li and Sam Totman, keyboard player Vadim Pruzhanov, as well as the effective vocals of ZP Theart; drummer David Mackintosh and bass participant Adrian Lambert became a member of the lineup later on. DragonForce had currently …

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Edguy

The German neo-classical metal band Edguy features Tobias Sammet on vocals and bass, Jens Ludwig and Dirk Sauer on guitar, and Felix Bohnke. They released their 1st recording, Kingdom of Madness, in 1997, when all people were still within their teenagers. This recording is great, but inconsistent. In 1998, their …

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Freedom Call

A melodic, prog-tinged German power steel unit based away from Nuremberg, Independence Call continue within the basic vein of regional decibel-pushers like Gamma Ray, Hammerfall, and Blind Guardian. Shaped in 1998 across the abilities of vocalist/guitarist Chris Bay, drummer Dan Zimmermann, guitarist Sascha Gerstner, and bassist Ilker Ersin, the group …

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Latin Quarter

Politics have already been in the centre of Latin Quarter’s music because the band’s inception. Latin One fourth was created in 1983 by Mike Jones (lyrics), Steve Skaith (vocals, acoustic guitar), and Richard Wright (acoustic guitar). Jones and Skaith started writing socially mindful songs as users of the politics organization …

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Jag Panzer

A Colorado music group formed in 1981, Jag Panzer’s design was basic Uk metallic influenced by rings like Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. Originally founded by guitarist Tag Briody, bassist John Tetley, drummer Butch Carlson, and vocalist Harry “The Tyrant” Conklin, they released their debut mini-album in 1983. The music …

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