Eternal Flame (band)

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Eternal Flame
Origin Enschede, Netherlands
Genres Hard rock
Years active 1987 (1987)–1993[1]
Past members Gerrit Tijhof (vocals, keyboard)
Andre Romita (guitars)
Robert Buitink (drums, backing vocals)
Harry Pünt (bass) [2][3]

Eternal Flame is a Dutch hard rock band founded in 1987 in Enschede. The idea for the band came from Gerrit Tijhof (aka KAZZ) in late 1986.[1]

They reunited in 2003 for three reunion gigs featuring their original line-up.[1]

Discography[edit]

Stalingrad
Cover art
Demo album by Eternal Flame
Released 1988
Recorded 1987/1988
Genre hard rock
Length 20:17
  • Stalingrad (1988) Demo tape
    1. Fading 'n Trading – 5:16
    2. On My Way – 3:36
    3. Seven Is Heaven – 4:43
    4. Stalingrad – 6:42
  • Harder than a Millstone (1991) CD

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c The Rock Years on KAZZ Show
  2. ^ Eternal Flame - Members on Metal-Archives.com
  3. ^ Eternal Flame - Stalingrad - Lineup on Metal-Archives.com