Godiva (band)

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Godiva
Origin Basel, Switzerland
Genres Heavy metal
Years active 2001–present
Labels Mausoleum Records
Website The official GODIVA homepage

Godiva is a heavy metal band from Switzerland, founded in early 2001 as a cover band. By the summer of 2001, the band recorded their first 3-track-demo and, within the next year, Godiva supported bands such as Freedom Call, Shakra, Primal Fear and Dokken.[1] Therefore it is not surprising that already one year after the band's formation Godiva were headlining the Swiss Metal Attack festival in 2002.

The band's first album was simply titled Godiva and was recorded at the House of Music Studio in Winterbach[disambiguation needed], Germany under the direction of the producers Tom Naumann and Achim Köhler and released by Limb Music.[1]

The second album, Call Me Under 666, was released in the summer of 2005, with the formation of Sammy Lasagni and Moses B. Fernandez (guitars), Mitch Koontz (bass), Peter Gander (drums) and Fernando Garcia (vocals).

Current members[edit]

  • Fernando Garcia - vocals
  • Sammy Lasagni - vuitars
  • Steve Papacharitos - vuitars
  • Mitch Koontz - bass, backing vocals
  • Peter Gander - drums

Former member(s)[edit]

  • Anthony de Angelis - vocals
  • Moses B. Fernandez - guitars

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Godiva Biography". Mausoleum Records. Retrieved 2011-09-29. 

External links[edit]