Peter Scheithauer

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Peter Scheithauer
Birth namePeter Scheithauer
GenresHeavy metal, hard rock, instrumental rock,
Occupation(s)Composer, Author, Musician, Producer
Instrumentsguitar, bass guitar
Years active1984 - present
Associated actsKilling Machine, Stream, Temple of Brutality, Belladonna
WebsiteOfficial website
"Peter Scheithauer" is a French guitar player and founder of Temple of Brutality, Stream, Killing Machine[1] and also played for Joey Belladonna on the Spells of Fear album.


Endorsed by TTM guitars, Scheithauer played and/or recorded with members of Kiss, Black Sabbath, Megadeth, Ozzy Osbourne, Testament, Slayer, W.A.S.P., Anthrax, Loudness, Yngwie Malmsteen and Accept among others. Peter Scheithauer comes from the famous GIT in Los Angeles. Peter Scheithauer is the founder and composer for the bands Stream, Killing Machine, Temple of Brutality and Last Temptation. Last Temptation will release an album in 2019 via Ear Music Worldwide and has a stellar lists of guests on the record and live. They already announced Hellfest for 2019 with more dates to be announced through the year. 2019 will also see the return of Killing Machine with the original members Michael Vescera on vocals and Stet Howland on drums join by Steve Unger (Metal Church) on bass and a new comer Florian Trug on second guitar and will be follow by a tour in the Fall.



  • Stream (1988) ADN Music
  • Take it or Leave it (1994) Koch
  • Nothing is Sacred (1997) USG/EastWest
  • Stream (2000) Musea
  • Chasin' the Dragon (2004) Mausoleum


  • Spells of Fear (1999) USG/Easwest

Killing Machine:

  • Killing Machine (2000) Candlelight
  • Metalmorphosis (2006) Mausoleum
  • Chapter One (2010) Axe Killer
  • Path of Destruction (2019) TBA

Temple of Brutality:

  • Lethal Agenda (2007) Demolition


  • Crossing the Line (2004), Marquee Inc., Guitars (lead) (tracks 3, 7)


  • Miasmind (2013), Khaos Division Prod., Guitars (tracks 2, 3, 6, 11)

Last Temptation:

  • A little blacker than black (2019) Ear Music


  1. ^ "Killing Machine To Open For AC/DC In France". RTTNews. 19 May 2010. Retrieved 20 May 2010.

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