White Wolf (band)

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White Wolf was a Canadian heavy metal band from Edmonton.

History[edit]

White Wolf originally formed in 1975 under the name Slamm, then changed to Warrior before settling on White Wolf.[1] The group played locally for several years before landing a recording contract with RCA Records; their debut was issued on the label in 1984. A sophomore effort followed in 1986 before the group disbanded, although releasing new material in 2007, toured Germany in 2008 and still perform on occasion locally. Endangered Species had one song which was made into a music video: "She".

Members[edit]

Current Members

  • Don Wolf (Wilk) - vocals, keyboards
  • Cam McLeod - lead guitar, vocals, record producer
  • Scott Webb - rhythm & lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Russel Berquist - bass, backing vocals
  • Brendan Ostrander - drums, backing vocals
  • David J Petovar - keyboards, backing vocals

Past Members

  • Rick Nelson - guitar
  • Loris Bolzon - drums
  • Les Schwartz - bass
  • Martin Kronlund - guitar
  • Richard Quist - bass, keyboards
  • Imre Daun - drums

Discography[edit]

  • Standing Alone (RCA, 1984) U.S. No. 162[2]
  • Endangered Species (RCA, 1986) U.S. No. 137[2]
  • Victim of the Spotlight (Escape Music, 2007)
  • Standing Alone/Endangered Species (2 disc digipack) (Escape Music, 2007)
  • Live in Germany (Escape Music, 2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martin C. Strong, The Great Metal Discography. 2nd edition. MOJO, 2001, p. 603.
  2. ^ a b Billboard, Allmusic