|Genres||Heavy metal, hard rock|
|Years active||1992 - 1997|
+ various session musicians
Moahni Moahna is a Swedish band that was created in the early 1990s by guitarist Henrik Flyman (Evil Masquerade, Lacrimosa, Wuthering Heights, ZooL) and guitarist Tommy Rehn. They wrote and performed their own brand of hard rock/heavy metal that was described as "Fantasy Metal". The band started as a two piece formation with hired session musicians, but they soon added vocalist Martin Häggström as a steady member.
1992 Face the Light (maxi cd)
1994 Temple of Life (album)
1994 Queen Shamar (single)
1996 Why (album)
1997 Radio's to Blame
see the video on YouTube:
- Henrik Flyman – guitars, bass, keyboard
- Tommy Rehn – guitars, bass, keyboard
- Martin Häggström – vocals
A Moahni Moahna memorial website is available where more material can be found (such as biography and photos). Detailed information about the music can be found in the discography section of Henrik Flyman Official website.
The band has not been heard from since 1997 when they gave their last live performance as support to Deep Purple in Sweden. No official statement has been made about ending Moahni Moahna.
- Moahni Moahna (memorial website)
- Henrik Flyman Official website
- Evil Masquerade Official website
- Angtoria Official website
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