|Origin||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Genres||Power metal, thrash metal|
|Years active||1993–2007, 2015-present|
|Associated acts||Megadeth, King Diamond, 7th Reign|
|Website||Official homepage (closed)|
Nils K. Rue
Eidolon was a Canadian power metal band formed in 1993 by brothers Shawn and Glen Drover (who both went on to become members of Megadeth). The band was signed to Metal Blade Records, and released 4 record on that Label. Eidolon signed soon after to Escapi Records. The band has released seven studio albums to date. In 2005 Eidolon announced the addition of new vocalist Nils K. Rue (Pagan's Mind).
In a 2010 interview, founder and drummer Shawn Drover said he had no plans to record another album with the band. "No. Why make another album that nobody buys? We did six records and that band got us [himself and brother Glen] into Megadeth, so I will always be thankful. I’ll never say anything bad about it. Glen and I did that band, but doing six records that didn’t sell and doing another one wouldn’t make any sense...I’ll do something with Glen, but it won’t be that. It would be something totally different because I don’t want to go backwards. I want to keep going forward."
The band reunited in 2015, and released a new single on November 9, 2015 titled "Leave This World Behind."
- Brian Soulard – vocals
- Pat Mulock – vocals
- Criss Bailey – bass
- Zero Hour (1996)
- Seven Spirits (1997)
- Nightmare World (2000)
- Hallowed Apparition (2001)
- Coma Nation (2002)
- Apostles of Defiance (2003)
- The Parallel Otherworld (2006)
- Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Eidolon: Biography", Allmusic. Retrieved 15 September 2010.
- Aberback, Brian (5 November 2004). "End of the line for Megadeth: Mustaine to go solo after farewell tour", The Record, p. G13.
- (8 September 2006). "Megadeth drummer discusses Eidolon project", Blabbermouth.net. Retrieved 15 September 2010.
- (29 December 2005). "Megadeth's Drover brothers begin mixing new Eidolon album", Blabbermouth.net. Retrieved 15 September 2010.
- "Blowin' Wind With Megadeth's Shawn Drover". The Great Southern Brainfart. Retrieved 6 October 2010.
- Official homepage (closed)