Shaman's Harvest

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Shaman's Harvest
Origin Jefferson City, Missouri, US
Genres Alternative metal
Hard rock
Post-grunge
Years active 1996–present
Labels Tribal Records

Shaman's Harvest is a rock band from Jefferson City, Missouri, best known for their single "Dragonfly" from the album "Shine". The single peaked at No. 34 on Billboard's Rock Songs chart.[1]

In early 2010, the group recorded "Broken Dreams", the theme song for WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre.[2] The song was released on iTunes on November 30, 2010.[3]

The song "Dragonfly" is also included in the soundtrack of the movie Legendary.[4]

On January 2011, the group confirmed that they recorded 2 other songs for WWE, "End of Days", the entrance theme of Wade Barrett and The Corre, and "Anger" which is used in the movie No One Lives.[5][6]

Shaman's Harvest has announced that they will release their fifth full-length album titled "Smokin' Hearts & Broken Guns" in early 2014.[7]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak Positions Album
U.S. Main. U.S. Rock
2006 "March of the Bastards" March of the Bastards
2006 "The Offering"
2009 "Dragonfly" 15 34 Shine
2010 "Shine"
2013 "Here It Comes"[8] Smokin' Hearts & Broken Guns

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