Lost Horizon (band)

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Lost Horizon
Origin Gothenburg, Sweden
Genres Power metal, progressive metal
Years active 1990–1994
1999–present
Labels none
Website Lost Horizon
Members Wojtek Lisicki
Martin Furängen
Christian Nyquist
Attila Publik
Past members Former members

Lost Horizon is a power metal / progressive metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden. They went under the name Highlander from 1990 until 1994 (with Joacim Cans on vocals and other future HammerFall members) before the band was put on hold. Reformed in the late nineties, briefly under the same name, before changing it to Lost Horizon. The band is Swedish but Wojtek Lisicki is from Poland.

Appearance[edit]

Onstage and in photoshoots, Lost Horizon members are seen wearing studded leather, cloaks, bare chests and face paint. They also adopt pseudonyms and use obscure terms to describe their roles within the band. For example Wojtek Lisicki, using the name "Transcendental Protagonist" describes himself as being responsible for "Poesy of Spiritual Enlightenment/String Romanticism" with a "Translation for Mortals" as "Lyrics/Guitars".

Band members[edit]

  • Transcendental Protagonist (Wojtek Lisicki) - guitars (Luciferion, Against The Plagues)
  • Cosmic Antagonist (Martin Furängen) - bass (Luciferion)
  • Preternatural Transmogrifyer (Christian Nyquist) - drums
  • Perspicacious Protector (Attila Pubik) - keyboards

Official former members[edit]

  • Ethereal Magnanimus (Daniel Heiman) - vocals (ex-Fierce Conviction, ex-Crystal Eyes, ex-Destiny (Swe), Heed)
  • Equilibrian Epicurius (Fredrik Olsson) - guitars (ex-Destiny (Swe), Heed)
  • Jeremy Neal Hoffman - pan flute (ex-Hammersfall (Mex))
  • Christopher Andres Schimke - hair combs (ex-Wind Chime Dismemberment)

Timeline[edit]


Discography[edit]

Studio albums:

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