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Dawn of Winter

After forming in 1990, Ludwigsburg, Germany’s Dawn of Wintertime toiled in obscurity for some from the ensuing decade, issuing demo after demo and a 1993 EP, rather aptly named Celebrate the Agony, where vocalist Gerrit Philipp Mutz, guitarist Jörg Michael Knittel, bassist Joachim Schmalzried, and drummer Oliver C. Schramm shown …

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Shaman

Produced in 2000, Brazil’s Shaman offer in power steel that’s aggressive, epic, and dramatic because of solid classical music and ’80s steel influences. The music group started when drummer and lifelong Hurry enthusiast Ricardo Confessori still left São Paulo’s well-known steel clothing Angra. Two various other Angra associates — vocalist …

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Cain’s Offering

A Finnish power steel outfit with an extraordinary hard rock and roll pedigree, Cain’s Supplying is a Scandinavian supergroup of kinds, comprising vocalist Timo Kotipelto (Stratovarius), guitarist Jani Liimatainen and keyboardist Mikko Härkin (Sonata Arctica), bassist Jukka Koskinen (Wintersun, Norther), and drummer Jani Hurula. Produced in 2008, the music group …

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Orden Ogan

A active German power metallic unit with components of folk and progressive metallic, Orden Ogan, which means “The Purchase of Fear” with a mash-up of German and Gaelic, was shaped in 1996 by drummer Sebastian Grütling and vocalist/guitarist Sebastian Levermann beneath the moniker Tanzende Aingewaide. The next 12 months the …

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Crystal Viper

Located in Katowice, Poland, hard-hitting, female-fronted rock unit Crystal Viper pull from first-wave NWOBHM rings and savage sword-and-sorcery steel outfits like Manowar and Cirith Ungol. Founded in 2003 by guitarist/vocalist Marta Gabriel and offering the abilities of guitarist Andy Influx, bassist Michal Badocha, and drummer Tomasz “Golem” Dańczak, the music …

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Angus

The Netherlands’ Angus was an obscure rock band from the 1980s. Declaring the name was influenced as very much by a common guitarist, AC/DC’s Angus Youthful, as by a common variety of Scottish bull (they stated how the animal’s durable disposition typified their audio), vocalist Edgar Lois, guitarist Ed Sprey, …

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Crescent Shield

A modern rock music group steeped in basic steel aesthetics, Crescent Shield are located in LA, CA, where these were originally founded in 2000 like a part task by vocalist Michael Give (of Onward) and guitarist Dan DeLucie (of Destiny’s End). In credited period, though, both males made a decision …

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Jørn Lande

Much popular as both a studio room and live vocalist, Norwegian-born Jørn Lande is becoming perhaps one of the most prolific and sough-after journeymen singers of his generation. Obtaining his begin in the past due-80’s, with regional hard rock-band Hydra, Lande afterwards caused T.N.T. guitarist Ronni Le Treko in metallic …

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Hammers of Misfortune

Originally known with the name Unholy Cadaver, San Francisco’s Hammers of Misfortune play what may be referred to as Celtic power metal. Their design mixes together Slim Lizzy/Iron Maiden-style dual-guitar harmonies, operatic vocals, Celtic-tinged classical guitar interludes, and components of Scandinavian dark metal (musically, not really lyrically). The quartet is …

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Hero Destroyed

Pittsburgh, PA’s Hero Destroyed made a solid initial impression in 2008 using their independently released, eponymous mini-album, which, in intriguingly contradictory style, siphoned Mastodon’s thinking man’s contemporary metal eyesight through hardcore’s simplifying design template and mathematics metal’s stupefying algorithms. Produced three years previous, the group’s lineup during this first documenting …

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