Daniel Löble

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Daniel Löble
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Background information
Born (1973-02-22) 22 February 1973 (age 41)
Zürich, Switzerland
Genres Power metal, speed metal, heavy metal
Occupations Musician
Instruments Drums
Years active 1978-present
Associated acts Rawhead Rexx, Helloween
Website www.helloween.org

Daniel "Dani" Löble (born 22 February 1973, in Zürich, Switzerland) is a Swiss-German drummer, who since 2005 has been playing in the power metal band Helloween. Dani began his career with Rawhead Rexx, a band that he helped form but departed due to his new commitments to Helloween. He was also a touring drummer for Blaze Bayley from October 2004 to December 2005. In 2005, with Helloween, Dani recorded Keeper of the Seven Keys - The Legacy, 2007 Gambling with the Devil,2010 Unarmed - Best of 25th Anniversary,7 Sinners (also in 2010),2013 Straight Out of Hell and also done several world tours with Helloween.

Regarding his role in Helloween when compared to his two predecessors, Ingo Schwichtenberg and Uli Kusch, Dani was quoted as saying: "I view my style as a symbiosis of Schwichtenberg and Kusch. I'm not as straightforward as Ingo but not as technical as Uli. I have my own style." [1]

In August 2008, Dani inked an endorsement deal with Paiste and states being extremely happy with his new cymbal setup, which features the new Signature Reflector Heavy Full Crash models.[2] and describes them as being warm, full, and 'sounding straight as an arrow' with a silvery shimmer.

Studio Albums[edit]

Rawhead Rexx[edit]




  1. ^ Helloween official site's Dani Loeble Interview[dead link]
  2. ^ "Artists-> Dani Loeble (Setup)". Paiste. 2007-02-08. Retrieved 2011-10-21. 

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