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Origin Sweden, Finland
Genres Christian metal, power metal, symphonic metal, thrash metal
Years active 2004–present
Labels King Records
Rivel Records
Associated acts Narnia
Rob Rock
Saviour Machine
Website www.divinefire.net
Members Jani Stefanovic
Christian Liljegren
Germán Pascual
Past members Torbjörn Weinesjö

Divinefire is a symphonic power/thrash metal group founded in the spring of 2004 by Finnish guitarist Jani Stefanovic, and Swedish singer Christian Liljegren. Liljegren is the current frontman of the band Narnia.

The group signed a contract with King Records, in Japan and proceeded to release their first album, Glory Thy Name on December 18, 2004. One month later it was released in Western countries by Rivel Records, Christian Liljegren's label.

Their style mixes power metal with both melodic and aggressive elements.[1]

They have also had many special guest musicians on their albums. Among them have been Carl Johan Grimmark of Narnia and Eric Clayton of Saviour Machine.


Current members
  • Torbjörn Weinesjö – guitar
  • Andreas Olsson – bass, backing vocals
Guest musicians


Studio albums[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Review of Glory Thy Name" Frank Trojan RockHard Magazine (GERMANY)

External links[edit]