Arkona




Rank:
174
482 fans
Also known as Аркона

Country: Russia
Label: Napalm Records

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Formed in: 2002

2002- Pagan folk metal

Line-up

2002-  Masha Arhipova - vocals
2003-  Ruslan "Kniaz" - bass
2003-  Sergey "Lazar" Lazarev - guitars
2011-  Vladimir "Volk" - wind ethnic instruments
2014-  Andrey Ischenko - drums
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2002-2003  Olga Loginova - keyboards
2002-2003  Alexandr - drums
2002-2003  Ilja Bogatyrev - guitars
2002-2003  Evgenij Borzov - bass
2002-2003  Evgenij Knjazev - guitars
2003-2014  Vladymir "Artist" Lyovushkin Sokolov - drums, keyboards
2011  Pavel Lukoyanov - gusli
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2005  Vladimir Cherepovsky - flutes, bagpipes
› 2008-2009  -//- gaita gallega, pipes, whistles
2007  Vasiliy Derevyanniy - domra
› 2008-2009  -//- dorma
2008-2009  Cosmin Duduc - tulnic
2008-2009  Vladimir "Volk" - gaita gallega, blockflute
2003-  Alexey Agafonov - vocals
2008-2009  Dmitriy "Vetrodar" - mandoline
2008-2009  Mark Splintervuyscht - vocals
2008-2009  Joris Van Gelre - vocals
2008-2009  Heiko Gerull - vocals
2008-2009  Kaspars Bārbals - pipes, kokle
2008-2009  Edgars Grabovskis - vocals
2008-2009  Evaldas Babenskas - vocals
2008-2009  Pēteris Kvetkovskis - vocals
2008-2009  Ilya "Wolfenhirt" - vocals
› 2011  -//-
2008-2009  Aleksandr Shvilev - vocals
› 2011  -//-
2008-2009  Aleksandr Oleynikov - accordion
› 2011  -//-
2008-2009  Erik Grawsiö - vocals
2008-2009  Janne Liljekvist - violin, flute
2008-2009  Baalberith - vocals
2011  Ilya "Hurry" - accordion
2011  Dariana Antipova - vocals
2011  Tatiana Narishkina - vocals
2011  Philipp Seiler - vocals
2011  Meri Tadić - violin
2011  Anna Kalinovskaya - tsymbali
2011-2013  Radimir - vocals
2013  Thomas Väänänen - vocals
2013  Olli Vänskä - violin
2017  Robert Engstrand - piano

Latest reviews

Khram
8.7
Arkona were already pretty much set; with the level of popularity they achieved, they could've just kept making the same folk metal they always did. Instead, they chose to build upon everything they had created so far and craft their most ambitious album to date. Did it pay off?   Review by RaduP ››
Admittedly, I have been quite critical in the past of this genre called "folk metal". It was novel and fun at first, but after a while - like any other genre - it became watered down with a lot of worthless crap. It's a lot easier for me...   Review by Doc G. ››

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