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Also known as Avenger (GER) (1984-1986)

Country: Germany
Label: SPV/Steamhammer

Links: Official Website
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Formed in: 1986

1986- Heavy metal
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1986-  Peter "Peavy" Wagner - vocals, bass
2015-  Vassilios Maniatopoulos - drums. vocals
2020-  Stefan "Stürmer" Weber - guitars
2020-  Jean Bormann - guitars
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1986-1987  Jörg Michael - drums
1986-1987  Jochen Schröder - guitars
1986-1987  Thomas Grüning - guitars
1986-1987  Rudy Graf - guitars
1987-1993  Manni Schmidt - guitars
1987-1999  Christos Efthimiadis - drums
1993-1999  Sven Fischer - guitars
1993-1999  Spiros Efthimiadis - guitars
1999-2006  Mike Terrana - drums
1999-2015  Victor Smolski - guitars, keyboards
2007-2015  André Hilgers - drums
2015-2020  Marcos Rodriguez - guitars, vocals
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1991  Christian Sumser - guitars
1988  Will Reid-Dick - backing vocals
1990  Ulli Köllner - keyboards
1996-1999  Christian Wolff - piano
2002  D.C. Cooper - backing vocals
2002  Hansi Kürsch - backing vocals
2003  Andreas "Andi" Deris - backing vocals


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Meanwhile Rage releases their largest live album, they also release their first DVD, and believe me, it's not only a DVD, it's a fucking great double DVD.
Here you'll get both the concert, the same as on the live album, plus a lot of bonus...   Review by Malcolm ››

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