Stormwarrior

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Stormwarrior
Stormwarrior - Börsencrash Festival 2015-2324.jpg
Stormwarrior live@ Börsencrash Festival 2015(Germany)
Background information
Origin Hamburg, Germany
Genres Speed metal, power metal
Years active 1998–present
Labels Dockyard 1, Remedy, Massacre
Website stormwarrior.de
Members
Past members
  • Jaume (Tuno)
  • Jussi Zimmermann
  • Andre Schumann
  • Falko Reshöft
  • Tim Zienert
  • Gabriel Palermo
  • David Wiczorek
  • Alex Guth

Stormwarrior is a German speed metal band that was formed in 1998 by vocalist and guitar player Lars Ramcke and drummer Andre Schumann, adding later in the same year guitarist Scott Bolter and bass player Tim Zienert.[1](p420) The members of Stormwarrior draw their musical influences from the 80's heavy metal scene including such fellow German bands as Helloween and Running Wild.[2][3]

Their debut full length album Stormwarrior, released in 2002, and their 2004 follow up Northern Rage were both produced by Kai Hansen of Helloween and Gamma Ray fame who also contributed vocal and guitar performances on some songs. Much of Stormwarrior's lyrical content deals with Viking-related themes.[4]

Members[edit]

Current[edit]

  • Lars Ramcke - vocals, guitar
  • Yenz Leonhardt - bass
  • Jörg Uken - drums
  • Björn Daigger - guitars

Former[edit]

  • Jaume (Tuno) - guitar
  • Jussi Zimmermann - bass
  • Andre Schumann - drums
  • Falko Reshöft - drums
  • Tim Zienert - bass
  • Gabriel Palermo - bass
  • David Wiczorek - guitar
  • Alex Guth - guitar
  • Hendrik Thiesbrummel - drums

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Stormwarrior (2002)
  • Northern Rage (2004)
  • Heading Northe (2008)
  • Heathen Warrior (2011)
  • Thunder & Steele (2014)

Demos / EPs[edit]

  • Metal Victory (1998)
  • Barbaric Steel (1999)
  • Possessed by Metal (2001)
  • Spikes and Leather (2002)
  • Heavy Metal Fire (2003)
  • Odens Krigare (2004)

Live[edit]

  • At Foreign Shores (2006)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sharpe-Young, Garry (2003). A-Z of Power Metal. London: Cherry Red Books Ltd. ISBN 1-901447-13-8. 
  2. ^ "STORMWARRIOR: New Song Available For Streaming". Blabbermouth.net. Retrieved 2015-12-07. 
  3. ^ "Storm Warrior Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-12-07. 
  4. ^ "Stormwarrior - Heading Northe Review". Metal Storm. Retrieved 2015-12-07. 

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