Mayan (band)

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MaYaN
Origin Netherlands
Genres Symphonic death metal
Years active 2010–present
Labels Nuclear Blast
Associated acts After Forever, God Dethroned, Kamelot, Delain, Sons of Seasons, Epica, Orphanage
Website www.mayanofficial.com
Members Mark Jansen
Ariën van Weesenbeek
Jack Driessen
Frank Schiphorst
Laura Macrì
Henning Basse
Merel Bechtold
George Oosthoek
Roel Käller
Past members Isaac Delahaye
Jeroen Paul Thesseling
Sander Gommans
Rob van der Loo

Mayan (stylized as MaYaN) is a Dutch symphonic death metal band founded by vocalist Mark Jansen, keyboardist Jack Driessen and guitarist Frank Schiphorst. The name of the band was chosen by Jansen out of his fascination for the ancient Maya civilization.[1]

On September 6th, 2013, Nuclear Blast released a press statement that confirmed that Laura Macrì and Henning Basse, who were guest and tour members for the first album, have become full-time members.[2]

In 2015, Rob van der Loo left the band to focus on Epica and an upcoming new project. Roel Käller took his place as the bassist. Next to that, George Oosthoek (ex-Orphanage) joined the band as growling vocalist.

Line-up[edit]

Current members
Previous members
Guest/Live musicians
  • Amelie Mangelschots - vocals
Timeline

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eck, Markus (2011). "Mayan – Enttarnung konspirativer Verbrechen". Sonic Seducer (in German). No. 6. Thomas Vogel Media. 
  2. ^ "MAYAN – have entered the studio again!". 

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