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Insania was founded in 1992 by two musicians from Stockholm – Mikko Korsbäck (drums) and Henrik Juhano (guitar). The goal was to write and play music in the vein of Helloween, Gamma Ray and Blind Guardian. Henrik had earlier played in various garage bands. In the band was also bassist Tomas Stolt, who left the band after a short while, to play in with other acts, but returned in 1996 and has been with the band since. Mikko knew a guy from school whose name was Niklas Dahlin, and he became the second guitarist of the band. After keyboardist Patrik Västilä and vocalist David Henriksson from the northern parts of Sweden had joined – (Mikko had earlier handled the vocals, but wanted to concentrate on the drums from now on, since singing had become too tiresome) – the line-up was complete.

They released two demos followed by their first studio album in 1999, called World of Ice. It was followed by Sunrise In Riverland one year later. The album was recorded in Finnvox studios with renowned producer Mikko Karmila. After the release, several gigs followed in Sweden.

The band has lost and replaced many members over the years. In 2001, after a short tour with Saxon, David Henriksson decided to leave the band and return to his hometown in northern Sweden, since he did not feel any motivation to continue anymore. After a short search, the band found a new and very talented singer in Ola Halén from Nacka. Returning to Finland, the band started recording their third album. Mikko Karmila was once again recruited for the producing duties, and Fantasy – A New Dimension was released in February 2003 – almost half a year after the recordings.

At the end of 2002 keyboardist Patrik Västilä told the band he wanted to quit, to focus on his studies. The band found a new keyboardist in Dimitri Keiski, who was recommended by Ola Halén, who knew him since earlier. Shortly thereafter, both guitarists Henrik Juhano and Niklas Dahlin left the band for personal reasons. Fortunately, the thirty-one year old Peter Östros from Haninge (a suburb of Stockholm) took their places. It was decided to continue with only one guitarist, so as to give more space to the keyboards. A new demo was recorded between December 2003 and January 2004 with four new songs, showcasing the abilities of the new line-up regarding the composing of songs and the versatility of musical skills.

In the summer of 2005, the band signed a record deal with Swedish label Black Lodge (Sound Pollution). The band recorded their fourth full-length album Agony – Gift Of Life during December 2005, but due to technical errors, it was not mastered until November 2006. It was released on June 1 in Sweden and on June 15th, 2007, in the rest of the world.

In November/December 2007 the band embarked on a two-week European tour as support act for Ensiferum together with Taiwanese band Chthonic.


* Johan Fahlberg – Vocals
* Peter Östros – Lead guitar
* Henrik Juhano – Guitar
* Dimitri Keiski – Bass
* Patrik Västilä – Keyboards
* Mikko Korsbäck – Drums

* David Henriksson – Vocals
* Henrik Juhano – Guitars
* Niklas Dahlin – Guitars
* Patrik Västilä – Keyboards
* Ola Halén – Vocals
* Tomas Stolt – Bass


* World Of Ice (1999)
* Sunrise In Riverland (2001)
* Fantasy – A New Dimension (2003)
* Agony – Gift of Life (2007)

World of Ice

World of Ice
CD, 1999 – No Fashion Records

1. Insaniation
2. Fighting My Tears
3. Fire
4. With Courage and Pride
5. Forever Alone
6. Private 6-Machine
7. Paradisia
8. World of Ice
9. Furious Seas
10. Forever Is a Long Time
11. Carried by Wings

Bonustracks (Japan)
12. Fire in the Sky
13. Abyss of the Morningstar


Sunrise in Riverland

Sunrise in Riverland
CD, 2001 – No Fashion Records

1. Finlandia
2. Land of the Wintersun
3. Heaven or Hell
4. Beware of the Dragons
5. Angels in the Sky
6. Lost in Time
7. Heading for Tomorrow
8. Sunrise in Riverland
9. Dangerous Mind
10. Seasons of Life
11. Tears of the Nature
12. Time of the Prophecies

Bonustrack (Japan)
13. The Right to Be Free



CD, 2002 – No Fashion Records

1. Introduction
2. Life After Life
3. Illusions
4. Carry on
5. Master of My Mind
6. Universe
7. Face the King
8. Fantasy
9. Vengeance
10. Mankind
11. Reflections of Mine

Bonustrack (Japan)
12. St Patriks Lyrics


Insania – Agony – Gift of Life (2007)

1. Agony (Intro, Instrumental)
2. Facing My Destiny
3. Hope
4. To Live Another Day
5. Gift of Life
6. One Day
7. Fight for Life
8. Valley of Sunlight
9. Times of Glory
10. Dreams
11. Time Passes By
12. Alive




WarCry is a Spanish power metal band led by founder, singer, and songwriter Víctor García. Formed in 2001 when García and drummer Alberto Ardines were ejected from Avalanch, the band has since released five studio albums and one live album, with a sixth studio album currently in progress. WarCry has had a fluctuating lineup with García as the sole constant member. The band has been acclaimed as one of Spain’s most famous heavy metal acts[1] and has won numerous awards in both Spain and Latin America.

Early days and debut: 2001–2002

In the middle of 2001, while working in Spanish power metal band Avalanch, vocalist Víctor García and drummer Alberto Ardines decided to record an album with the songs they had been composing in their spare time. Most of the songs had been written during the 1990s with lyrics in English. The pair translated the lyrics into Spanish[2] and produced the album themselves, with García singing as well as playing bass guitar, rhythm guitar, and keyboards.[2] Guitarists Fernando Mon, formerly of Avalanch, and Pablo García of Relative Silence also collaborated on the album by recording guitar solos. Upon learning of García and Ardines’ project, the other members of Avalanch disapproved of it and expelled them from the band. García has stated that he presented many of his song ideas to Avalanch, but received writing credit on only two released songs: “Aquí Estaré” and “Por Mi Libertad”. “Aquí Estaré” had barely been accepted by the band but went on to become one of Avalanch’s most popular songs, and so he decided “to release a couple of songs, but never with the idea of leaving Avalanch.”[3]

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“WarCry” had always been Víctor García’s idea of a band — In 1992 he formed a band named War-Cry,playing as guitarist, but disbanded it in 1994 when he became the rhythm guitarist for Avalanch. After leaving Avalanch, in February 1996 he reformed the group as WarCry, this time acting as songwriter and lead vocalist. They recorded a demo entitled Demon 97, but disbanded again a year later when Víctor rejoined Avalanch as lead singer. — After being expelled from Avalanch Víctor showed Ardines the name and logo of WarCry. Ardines felt that those were “fantastic”, and that they should continue working on their new musical project, as they already had an “open path”.

They were joined by Pablo García and Fernando Mon, and recorded their debut album WarCry which was released in April 17, 2002. Shortly after the album’s recording they were joined by bassist Alvaro Jardón, formerly of Darna. The album received several postitive reviews, with Japanese rock magazine Karma calling it “a Spanish album that boosts true metal!”, and Kerrang! declaring it a “very good debut from a very good band that has pleasantly surprised everyone”.The band held auditions for a keyboardist in June and August 2002, deciding on Manuel Ramil.Instead of touring in support of WarCry the band began working on new songs so that they would have a larger repertoire to perform

* Víctor García – lead vocals (2001–present)
* Pablo García – guitars, backing vocals (2002–present)
* José Rubio – guitars, backing vocals (2007–present)
* Roberto García – bass, backing vocals (2004–present)
* Rafael Yugueros – drums (2007–present)

Former members:

* Manuel Ramil – keyboards (2002–2008)
* Alberto Ardines – drums (2001–2007)
* Fernando Mon – guitars, backing vocals (2002–2007)
* Alvaro Jardón – bass, backing vocals (2002–2003)

* 2002: WarCry
* 2002: El Sello De Los Tiempos
* 2004: Alea Jacta Est
* 2005: ¿Dónde Está La Luz?
* 2006: La Quinta Esencia
* 2008: Revolución


CD, 2000 – Jaus Records

1. Intro
2. Luz Del Norte
3. Quiero
4. Nadie
5. Pueblo Maldito
6. Cada Vez
7. Senor
8. Al Aalir El Sol
9. Trono Del Metal
10. Hoy Gano Yo
11. Nana
12. Amanecer


El Sello De Los Tiempos

El Sello De Los Tiempos
CD, 2002 – Jaus Records

1. El Sello De Los Tiempos
2. Alejandro
3. Hijo De La Ira
4. Capitan Lawrence
5. Tu Mismo
6. Un Mar De Estrellas
7. Un Lugar
8. Dispuesto A Combatir
9. Vampiro
10. Hacia Delante
11. Renacer

Alea Jacta Est

Alea Jacta Est
CD, 2003 – Jester Records

1. El Guardian De Troya
2. Iberia
3. Despertar
4. Lamento
5. Sin To Voz
6. Aire
7. Junto A Mi
8. Esperitu Del Amor
9. Fé
10. Reflejos De Sangre



Donde Esta La Luz

Donde Esta La Luz
CD, 2005 – Jaus Records

1. Nuevo Mundo
2. El Antecristo
3. El Regreso
4. Perdido
5. Hacia El Infierno
6. El Amor De Un Madre
7. Contra El Viento
8. En Un Lugar Sin Dios
9. Tu Ausencia
10. El Ultimo


Directo A La Luz

Directo A La Luz (CD+DVD)
Live, 2006 – Jaus Records

1. Nuevo Mundo
2. La Luz Del Norte
3. Hijo De La Ira
4. Contra El Viento
5. El Amor De Un Madre
6. Trono Del Metal
7. Espiritu De Amor
8. Tu Mismo
9. En Un Lugar Sin Dios
10. Nana
11. Capitan Lawrence
12. Hoy Gano Yo


La Quinta Esencia

La Quinta Esencia
CD, 18 September 2006 – Avispa Music

1. ¡Que Vengan Ya!
2. Ulises
3. Tu Recuerdo me Bastara
4. La Vieja Guardia
5. Un Poco de Fe
6. El mas Triste Adios
7. Buscando una Luz
8. Ha Pasado su Tiempo
9. Redencion
10. Mirando al Mar
11. Más Allá


WarCry – Revolución (2008)

1. La Última Esperanza
2. El Cazador
3. Nada como Tú
4. La Carta del Adiós
5. Invierno en mi Corazón
6. Coraje
7. La Prisión Invisible
8. La Vida en un Beso
9. El Camino
10. Absurda Falsedad
11. Devorando el Corazón
12. Abismo


3 Inches Of Blood

3 Inches of Blood, also known as 3IoB, is a Canadian heavy metal band from Vancouver, British Columbia, formed in 1999. They are mostly influenced by the bands involved with the New Wave of British Heavy Metal of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Before 3 Inches of Blood, Pipes and Hagberg were in a black metal band called Allfather. When Pipes was around 10 years old, he sang in his school’s choir.

Early Years, and the Battlecry Under a Wintersun era

The group initially performed with only Jamie Hooper as vocalist before the addition of Cam Pipes. Hooper, Sunny Dhak, and Bobby Froese got together to do a one-off reunion gig for an old group of theirs; however, things went so well they decided to continue under a new moniker. Pipes heard their demo EP at the house of Hot Hot Heat keyboardist Steve Bays, a longtime friend and former bandmate.[2][3] He was originally asked to add some vocals to the band’s already-recorded demo, Sect of the White Worm, and became a permanent band member after the results proved to the band’s liking.[4] Their debut album Battlecry Under a Wintersun was recorded in 2002 and released in cooperation with the Teenage Rampage and Fashion Before Function labels. It was later remastered and re-released by the band under their own label entitled Minion Music. This release went by almost unnoticed until the band’s UK distribution label decided to put them on as a support slot for a tour with platinum rock band The Darkness. This exposure gained them much critical attention and acclaim in the world of underground metal, and they were signed up by major label subsidiary Roadrunner Records in 2004.

Advance and Vanquish

In 2004, original drummer Geoff Trawick and bassist brother Rich Trawick left the band. Matt Wood of Vancouver doom/sludge/noise band Goatsblood, and Brian Redman replaced them. Original guitarists Sunny Dhak and Bob Froese left the band shortly after recording in around July 2004 because “they could no longer commit to touring and needed to deal with some personal matters”.[5] They were also committed to a business that they had set up called Bloodstone Press, a union shop and party venue.[6] It is now defunct and together with Mike Payette (who was the third of the four shareholders of Bloodstone Press) and Matt Wood (who is also an ex-3 Inches of Blood member since July 2005 and was replaced by Alexei Rodriguez[7]) they founded the rock band Pride Tiger.[8]
Cam Pipes live on stage

The band plays music more oriented towards ’70s guitar-driven rock bands because, as Wood stated, “[m]etal just becomes the same thing over and over. Anyway, I’m not really a metal dude. None of us are. I’m sure if you studied pictures of 3 Inches of Blood you could pick us out as not really belonging there”.[9] Sunny and Bobby were replaced by Justin Hagberg and Shane Clark. Roadrunner put out an advertising blitz, and the track “Deadly Sinners” from the band’s second release Advance and Vanquish appeared on numerous sampler CDs, compilations, and even three video games (Tony Hawk’s Underground 2, Saints Row 2, and Brütal Legend), creating a huge press hype for the band that caused their popularity to skyrocket, with a slot on 2005’s Road Rage tour in August (with bands like Machine Head and Chimaira) gaining them many new fans.

Also in 2005, Justin Hagberg recorded the guitars on the tracks “Dawn of a Golden Age” and “I Don’t Wanna Be (A Superhero)” for Roadrunner United: The All Star Sessions. In October 2006, the band opened a show for Iron Maiden during the United States leg of their 2006 A Matter of Life and Death World Tour. The show was at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, California.
[edit] Fire Up the Blades

The band wrote their entire third studio album in Tacoma, Washington and performed their new songs at various places in the vicinity of Washington. By December 2006, the band had begun to record material for their follow-up album at the Armoury Studios of their hometown, and revealed that it would be titled Fire Up the Blades, with Joey Jordison, drummer of Slipknot as producer.[10] A demo of “Goatrider’s Horde” which was recorded in Seattle in the spring of 2006 was later made available for streaming on Roadrunner’s official website. Another demo of “Night Marauders” appeared in the fifth Battle Metal compilation album that was released in issue 161 of the UK magazine Metal Hammer.

The band toured the United States during January and February 2007 in support of Cradle of Filth with The 69 Eyes and in March toured the UK with Biomechanical. On March 22, 2007, the band was confirmed to play the second stage at Ozzfest.[11] On April 6, 2007, the band’s website was completely redesigned. Prior to the release of Fire Up the Blades, the band stressed that the album would be “darker, tighter and more dangerous” than their Roadrunner Records debut.[12] “This album is heavily influenced by low quality beer, bong rips and listening to black metal in the dark”, says Hooper. “It doesn’t sound blatantly black metal, it still sounds like us. But it’s a faster, more intense version of us.”[13] Fire Up the Blades was ultimately released in Japan on May 28, 2007, and worldwide on June 26, 2007. During the 2007 Ozzfest Tour, Jamie Hooper was unable to sing with the band as he was experiencing throat problems, and was warned by doctors that he may damage his voice permanently if he did not rest it.[14] He did not perform on the Ozzfest tour nor the Operation Annihilation tour. Harsh vocal duties were taken over by guitarist Justin Hagberg. Hooper did not perform with the band for the whole 2007-08 year.

Following a fight with Saxon drummer Nigel Glockler on November 10, 2007 at the Hard Rock Hell festival in the UK, 3 Inches of Blood fired drummer Alexei Rodriguez and issued an apology for his behavior. The fight left Glockler with broken glasses and a black eye. Four security guards intervened and beat Rodriguez severely, hospitalising Rodriguez with a broken elbow. He was replaced by Ash Pearson (of Sound Of the Swarm & Just Cause) who later joined the band permanently.

Here Waits Thy Doom

Jamie Hooper was eventually forced to quit the band permanently in late 2008 after failing to fully recover and did not perform on Here Waits Thy Doom, making it the first album from the band not to feature any original members. Hagberg has taken over harsh vocal duties full-time. Hooper recently did a guest cameo appearance on Bison B.C.’s Metal Blade Records debut titled, “Quiet Earth”. Hooper performs the first verse on the song ‘Slow Hand of Death’. This is the first time Jamie Hooper has performed his screaming style vocals since he took his hiatus from 3 Inches of Blood.

Current members

* Cam Pipes – vocals (2001 – present)
* Justin Hagberg – Guitar (2004 – present), screamed vocals (2007 – present)
* Shane Clark – guitar (2004 – present)
* Ash Pearson – drums (2007 – present)

Current Live only Members

* Steve Ericksson – Bass (2009 – present)[16]

Former members

* Nick Cates – bass (2006 – 2009)
* Jamie Hooper – screamed vocals (1999 – 2008)
* Alexei Rodriguez – drums (2005 – 2007)
* Brian Redman – bass (2004 – 2006); Brian Redman was killed in a scooter crash in Tacoma, Washington on September 27, 2009, aged 31.
* Matt Wood – drums (2004 – 2005)
* Geoff Trawick – drums (1999 – 2004)
* Rich Trawick – bass (1999 – 2004)
* Bobby Froese – guitar (1999 – 2004)
* Sunny Dhak – guitar (1999 – 2004)


* Battlecry Under a Wintersun (2002)
* Advance and Vanquish (2004)
* Fire Up the Blades (2007) U.S. #147[18]
* Here Waits Thy Doom (2009) U.S. #195


* Sect of the White Worm (2001)
* Trial of Champions (2007)


* “Ride Darkhorse, Ride” (2002)
* “Destroy the Orcs” (2003)
* “Deadly Sinners” (2004)
* “The Goatriders Horde” (2007)
* “Trial of Champions” (2007)

Sect of the White Worm

Sect of the White Worm
EP, April 2001 – Auto-Production

1. Onward to Valhalla
2. Bloody Screams of Despair That Stain the Ice
3. Conquerers of the Northern Sphere
4. Tonight We Rejoice
5. Sunrise Over the Fjords


Battlecry Under a Winter Sun

Battlecry Under a Winter Sun
CD, 02 March 2002 – Sonic Unyon Records

1. Ride Darkhorse, Ride
2. Destroy the Orcs
3. Headwaters of the River of Blood
4. Heir to the Chaos Throne
5. Skeletal Onslaught
6. Journey to the Promised Land
7. Lady Deathwish
8. Curse of the Lighthouse Keeper
9. Blazing Fires of Evermore
10. Hall of Heros
11. Balls of Ice


Advance and Vanquish

Advance and Vanquish
CD, 19 October 2004 – Roadrunner Records

1. Fear on the Bridge (Upon the Boiling Sea I) 03:14
2. Deadly Sinners 04:30
3. Revenge Is a Vulture 03:26
4. Dominion of Deceit 04:18
5. Premonition of Pain 04:35
6. Lord of the Storm (Upon the Boiling Sea II) 05:05
7. Wykydtron 03:52
8. Swordmaster 04:24
9. Axes of Evil 04:28
10. Crazy Nights 03:18
11. Destroy the Orcs 02:21
12. The Phantom of the Crimson Cloak 03:11
13. Isle of Eternal Despair (Upon the Boiling Sea III) 03:51

Total playing time 50:53


Fire Up the Blades

Fire Up the Blades
CD, 26 June 2007 – Warner Music Group / Roadrunner Records

1. Through the Horned Gate 02:07
2. Night Marauders 04:15
3. The Goatriders Horde 04:13
4. Trial of Champions 03:39
5. God of the Cold White Silence 04:24
6. Forest King 05:16
7. Demons Blade 04:10
8. The Great Hall of Feasting 03:53
9. Infinite Legions 04:55
10. Assassins of the Light 03:20
11. Black Spire 05:23
12. The Hydra’s Teeth 04:49
13. Rejoice in the Fires of Man’s Demise 1:32

Total playing time 51:56


Here Waits Thy Doom

Here Waits Thy Doom
CD, 08 September 2009 – Century Media

1. Battles and Brotherhood
2. Rock in Hell
3. Silent Killer
4. Fierce Defender
5. Preachers Daughter
6. Call of the Hammer
7. Snake Fighter
8. At the Foot of the Great Glacier
9. All of them Witches
10. 12:34
11. Execution Tank

12. Not Fragile (Bachman-Turner Overdrive Cover)
13. Cities on Flame (Blue Öyster Cult Cover)
14. Daytona (Zeke Cover)


Teräsbetoni (English: Reinforced concrete) is a Finnish heavy metal band. Their first album, Metallitotuus (Trans. “Metal truth”), was released in 2005 and has so far sold more than 32,000 copies. Teräsbetoni has been strongly influenced by bands such as Manowar.

The music of Teräsbetoni has a martial air to it, with lyrics glorifying a pagan warrior lifestyle and a “brotherhood of metal”. The style has received mixed reception. Band members themselves have said that they are not dead serious about the band’s mentality and are having fun with it.[1] The most famous songs of the band include “Taivas Lyö Tulta”, “Vaadimme Metallia” and their Eurovision entry “Missä miehet ratsastaa (trans. Where The Men Ride)”.

Jarkko Ahola, Arto Järvinen, and Viljo Rantanen met each other in 2002 and decided to form a band. Jari Kuokkanen joined as a part time drummer, and later became an official member. Rantanen was the one to come up with the name Teräsbetoni. Teräsbetoni made its first songs in 2003. They were published on the band’s homepage in the summer of 2003 and were called “Teräsbetoni”, “Teräksen varjo” (trans. The Shadow of Steel), and “Maljanne nostakaa” (trans. Raise Your Toast).[2]

The band started to get popular in underground circles and soon the knowledge of the band’s existence spread wider. Excited fans circulated a petition, demanding a recording contract for Teräsbetoni, and sent it to several record companies. In 2004, Teräsbetoni performed their first concert and a live version of “Taivas Lyö Tulta” (trans. The sky strikes down fire) was added to the band’s homepage. In their first concerts they use to play a cover versions of Ronnie James Dio’s “Rainbow In The Dark” and Manowar’s “Metal Warriors”. In late 2004 the band signed a recording contract with Warner Music Finland and the recording for the “Taivas lyö tulta” single started in December 2004. The single was published February 2, 2005, and during its first week on the Finnish single list it rose to the top, followed by plentiful radio time and the band becoming more widely known.[2]

The recordings for the “Metallitotuus” album started in January 2005 and the album was published April 6, 2005. During its first week on the Finnish list, it placed 2nd and stood on the list for 29 weeks. Another single from the album was “Orjatar” (trans. Slave woman). A music video was also made of this song, and it was shown for the first time on the TOP40 show April 16, 2005. Taivas lyö tulta was later chosen to be the goal song for the Finnish ice hockey national team A in the Karjala Cup tournament.[citation needed]

“Metallitotuus” went platinum (in Finland, that means over 30,000 copies have been sold) in the year it was published, with almost 33,000 copies sold, becoming the third most popular heavy rock album in Finland that year. In June 2006, the second album of the band, “Vaadimme metallia” (trans. We Demand Metal), was published. On the day of its publishing, it nearly broke the gold album line (which in Finland is 15,000 albums sold).

There has been a lot of interest of Teräsbetoni in countries outside Finland, and the band is also very interested in playing outside Finland; so far they have done so only once, at Wacken Open Air 2005. The band is now focusing on the question of using Finnish in its vocals.[clarification needed]

Teräsbetoni competed in the Finnish national preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. On March 1, they won the nomination with a total of 38.9% of the final votes cast. They represented Finland with their song Missä miehet ratsastaa.[3] The band was voted as one of the finalists on May 20. In the finals on May 24 the entry placed 22nd with 35 points. In the semi-final band placed 8th with 79 points.

On March 19 2008, Teräsbetoni released their third album, Myrskyntuoja (transl. Stormbringer), which entered the Finnish album chart at position 1.

* Jarkko Ahola – vocals, bass guitar
* Arto Järvinen – guitar, vocals
* Viljo Rantanen – guitar
* Jari Kuokkanen – drums



* Metallitotuus (2005)
* Vaadimme metallia (2006)
* Myrskyntuoja (2008)


* Taivas lyö tulta (2005)
* Orjatar (2005)
* Vahva kuin metalli (2005)
* Älä mene metsään (2006)
* Viimeinen tuoppi (2006)
* Missä miehet ratsastaa (2008)
* Paha sanoo (2008) (Promo)


Metallitotuus (2005)

1. Teräsbetoni
2. Älä kerro Meille
3. Taivas Lyö Tulta
4. Vahva Kuin Metalli
5. Silmä Silmästä
6. Metallisydän
7. Orjatar
8. Tuonelaan
9. Metallitotuus
10. Voittamaton
11. Teräksen Varjo
12. Maljanne Nostakaa


Vaadimme metallia (2006)

Track List:
1. Vaadimme Metallia
2. Viimeinen Tuoppi
3. Älä Mene Metsään
4. Varmaan Kuolemaan
5. Kuninkaat
6. Saalistaja
7. Paha Silmä
8. Sotureille
9. Kotiinpalaaja
10. Aika On
11. Kirotut
12. Pyhä Maa
13. Vihollisen Vuoteessa
14. Kunniasa Ansainneet


Teräsbetoni – Myrskyntuoja (2008)

1. Voiman vartijat
2. Painajainen
3. Missa miehet ratsastaa
4. Ukkoshevonen
5. Orjakaleeri
6. Paha sanoo
7. Ter䫳en taakka
8. Metallin voima
9. Kuumilla porteilla
10. Viholliselle
11. Huominen tulla jo saa
12. Seiso suorassa




Marco Wriedt : Guitar
Bernhard Weiss : Vocals
Alex Landenburg : Drums
Rob Schomaker : Bass
Harry Oellers : Keyboard

Markus Gfeller : Bass [1993-1998]
Richard Michaelski : Drums [1988-2004]
Kerstin “Lakonia” Bischof : Vocals, Back Vocals [2004-2006]
Kuno Niemeyer : Bass [1998-2007]
Walter Pietsch : Guitar [1988-1998]
Werner Kleinhaus : Bass [1988-1993]
Guido Wehmeyer : Guitar [1999-2006]
Andrè Hilgers : Drums


Kingdom Of The Night (CD – 1989)
Axxis II (CD – 1990)
The Big Thrill (CD – 1993)
Matters Of Survival (CD – 1995)
Voodoo Vibes (CD – 1997)
Back To The Kingdom (CD – 2000)
Eyes Of Darkness (CD – 2001)
Pure & Rough (CD – 2002)
Time Machine (CD – 2004)
Paradise in Flames (CD – 2006)
Doom Of Destiny (CD – 2007)
Utopia (CD – 2009)

Axxis II

Axxis II
CD, 1990 – AFM Records

01. The World Is Looking In Their Eyes
02. Save Me
03. Touch The Rainbow
04. Rolling Like Thunder
05. Hold You
06. Ships Are Sailing
07. Little Look Back
08. Face To Face
09. Get Down
10. Gimme Back The Paradise


The Big Thrill

The Big Thrill
CD, 1993 – AFM Records

01. Better World – Livin’ In The Dark
02. Against A Brick Wall
03. Stay Don’t Leave Me
04. Little War
05. No Advice
06. Love Doesn’t Know Any Distance
07. Heaven’s Seventh Train
08. Brother Moon
09. Waterdrop
10. The Wolf
11. Road To Never Neverland


Eyes Of Darkness

track list:
Eyes Of Darkness
CD, 2001 – AFM Records

1. Eyes Of Darkness
2. Wonderland
3. The Four Horsemen (Aphrodite’s Child Cover)
4. Brandnew World
5. When The Sun Goes Down
6. Shadows Of The Light
7. Keep Flying
8. Battlefield Of Life
9. One Million Faces
10. At The Crack Of Dawn
11. Angel
12. Larger Than Life
13. Lost In Love (Only With Guitar, Vocals & Orchestra)
14. Shadowman (Videoclip)
15. Rockmine (The AXXIS EGO Shooter)


Time Machine

Time Machine
CD, 2004 – AFM Records

1. Mystery Of Time
2. Angel Of Death
3. Time Machine
4. Wind In The Night (Shalom)
5. Lost In The Darkness
6. The Demons Are Calling…
7. Wings Of Freedom
8. Dance In The Starlight
9. Alive
10. Battle Of Power
11. Gimme Your Blood
12. Don’t Drag Me Down

13. River Of Love
14. Circus Of Love


Paradise in Flames

Paradise in Flames
CD, 2006 – AFM Records

1. Paradise In Flames (Intro)
2. Dance With The Dead
3. Tales Of Glory Island
4. Take My Hand
5. Will God Remember Me
6. Talisman
7. Don `t Leave Me
8. Lady Moon
9. Icewind
10. Stay By Me
11. Gods Of Rain
12. Passion For Rock


Doom Of Destiny

Doom Of Destiny
CD, 16 November 2007 – AFM Records

1. Voices of destiny 1:15
2. Doom of destiny 4:09
3. Better fate 5:08
4. Blood Angel 4:41
5. I hear you cry 4:56
6. The fire still burns 3:49
7. Father, father 4:12
8. Revolutions 3:48
9. She got nine lifes 3:37
10. Devilish belle 5:27
11. Astoria 5:08

12. Engel aus Hass 5:17

Video Clip
Engel aus Hass



CD, 28 August 2009 – AFM Records

1. Journey to Utopia 1.39
2. Utopia 3.59
3. Last Man on Earth 4.51
4. Fass Mich An 5.10
5. Sarah Wanna Die 5.54
6. My Fathers’ Eyes 4.40
7. The Monsters Crawl 4.44
8. Eyes of a Child 4.32
9. Heavy Rain 4.32
10. For You I Will Die 5.30
11. Underworld 3.56

12. Taste My Blood
13. 20 Years Anniversary Song

Total playing time 49.27