|Genres||Heavy metal, power metal|
|Past members||Chris Heun|
Majesty call their music True Metal (which is a common term in the Heavy Metal scene for traditional heavy metal or power metal with idealized, traditional and fantasy based lyrics and stage-appearance) and the band is usually dressed in leather. The band leader Tarek Maghary also organizes a festival called Keep It True. It is named after a song from Metal Force and features traditional heavy metal bands, often reunions or rare appearances of US metal bands.
Tarek Maghary is also the author of the Dawnrider project, a metal concept album featuring many other musicians like Rob Rock, Ross The Boss, Michael Seifert (Rebellion). Other contributors are from Manilla Road, Wizard, Helstar and Paragon.
During Magic Circle Festival 2008 the band announced that they had changed their name from "Majesty" to "Metal Force". However, in 2011 they announced that they were once again continuing as "Majesty".
In 2013 they released a new album, Banners High and guitarist Robin Hadamovsky entered the band. 
In March 2015 the band's ninth studio album, "Generation Steel" will be released via NoiseArt Records. A single and music video for, "Hawks Will Fly" was released on the 28th of February.
- Tarek Maghary - vocals, keyboards, (guitars 1997-2003)
- Robin Hadamovsky - guitars
- Alex Voß - bass guitar
- Jan Raddatz - drums
- Emanuel Knorr - guitar
- Tristan Visser - guitar
- Marcus Bielenberg - bass guitar
- Björn Daigger - rhythm guitar
- Christian Münzer - lead guitar
- Chris Heun - live bass guitar (on fall 2004 tour)
- Udo Keppner - guitars
- Martin Hehn - bass guitar
- Markus Pruszydlo - keyboards
- Andreas Moll - keyboards
- Ingo Zadravo - drums
- Rolf Munkes - lead guitar
- Keep It True (2000)
- Sword & Sorcery (2002)
- Reign In Glory (2003)
- Metal Law (live album, 2004)
- Hellforces (2006)
- Metalforce (2009) (As Metalforce)
- Own the Crown (COMPIL, 2011)
- Thunder Rider (2013)
- Banners High (2013)
- Generation Steel (2015)
- Rebels (2017)
- Legends (2019)
- "Majesty Official Website". Retrieved 2013-10-30.
- Blabbermouth.Net - Majesty Is No More, Long Live Metalforce Archived 2008-07-25 at the Wayback Machine
- "Official Metal Force site news". Archived from the original on 2014-01-08. Retrieved 2013-07-30.
- "'Banners High' Title Track Available For Streaming". Blabbermouth.net. Retrieved 2014-01-11.
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