Manuel Ramil

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Manuel Ramil
Manuel Ramil 2007.jpg
Background information
Born (1978-08-03) August 3, 1978 (age 38)
Ares, A Coruña, Spain
Genres Power metal
Instruments Keyboards
Years active 1995 – present
Labels Avispa

Manuel Ramil (born March 8, 1978 in Ares, A Coruña, Spain) was the keyboardist for the Power metal band WarCry. He is currently working on a new alternative/power metal band called Sauze formed by himself, along with Alberto Ardines, Fernando Mon, and Toni Amboaje. Also known as the ex-keyboardist for the band Torquemada. His influences are Dream Theater, Yngwie Malmsteen, Angra, Symphony X, Kamelot, Ark, and many more.


After going through several bands of unstable formation, in 1996 he formed the Heavy metal band Torquemada. A year later he recorded his first EP, Santa Inquisición.

He remained in the band for almost 6 years, but in September, 2001 he left the band. Also collaborated with some bands like Thánatos, recording diverse Intros for their concerts, and participated with the band Trashnos in the recording of their debut album Tiempo.

In all this time he extended his musical vision, and began to feel specially attracted by bands like Dream Theater, Angra, Symphony X. Two months later, in December 2001 he decided to embark in a Progressive metal project called Fake Intermisión in which he still works on.

In July, 2002 he went to Lugones to take a test as WarCry's keyboard-player, the band where he worked until early 2008.



  • Santa Inquisición (1997)



Projects and collaborations[edit]

  • Fake Intermisión (2001–2003)
  • Thánatos (Working in concerts)
  • Trashnos - Tiempo (2001)

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