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Enforcer performing live during Hole in the Sky festival in Bergen, Norway, August 2010
|Genres||Heavy metal, speed metal|
|Labels||Heavy Artillery, Earache, Nuclear Blast|
Enforcer plays and performs in a style very similar to older speed metal bands like Agent Steel, Exciter and Anvil. When Sweden Rock Magazine asked them about playing "old school", they answered that heavy metal is not old school, it is timeless.
They released their first album, Into the Night, through the Heavy Artillery label in November 2008
On February 1, 2013, Enforcer released Death By Fire in Stockholm, Sweden. They headlined a Belgian release show along with Evil Invaders on February 2.
Enforcer is considered a part of the New Wave Of Traditional Heavy Metal (NWOTHM) an ongoing movement that in recent years has seen the return of traditional sounding metal bands (similar to the Swedish glam metal revival) the name is taken from the new wave of British heavy metal in which the movement strongly identifies with. Other bands considered part of the movement include Steelwing, White Wizzard, Cauldron, Holy Grail, Skull Fist and more recently Sons of Lioth.
- Studio albums
- Live albums
- 'Live By Fire (2015)
- Singles and Demos
- "Evil Attacker" (2005) (demo)
- "Evil Attacker c/w Mistress from Hell" (2007)
- "Night Walker/Take Me to Hell" (2011)
- "High Roller/Back on the Road" (2011)
- "Mesmerized by Fire" (2013)
- "Nightmare Over the UK (2010) (split album with Cauldron)"
- Music videos
- Olof Wikstrand – vocals (2004–present), guitar (2004–2006, 2011–present), bass (2004–2007), drums (2004–2006)
- Jonas Wikstrand – drums (2006–present), bass (2007)
- Joseph Tholl – guitar (2008–present), bass (2007–2008)
- Tobias Lindqvist – bass (2008–present)
- Adam Zaars – guitar (2006–2011)
- Jakob Ljungberg – drums (2007)
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Enforcer (band).|
- "ENFORCER: 'Into The Night' Release Date Announced". Blabbermouth.net. 26 August 2008. Retrieved 30 May 2016.
- "ENFORCER: 'Diamonds' Cover Unveiled". Blabbermouth.net. 1 April 2010. Retrieved 30 May 2016.