Alestorm



Rank:
131
598 fans
Also known as Battleheart (2004-2007)

Country: United Kingdom
Label: Napalm Records

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Formed in: 2004

2004- Folk metal
2004- Power metal

Line-up

2004-  Christopher Bowes - vocals, keyboards
2009-  Gareth "Gazz" Murdock - bass
2010-  Peter "Pete" Alcorn - drums
2011-  Elliot Vernon - keyboards, vocals
2015-  Máté Bodor - guitars
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2004-2008  Gavin Harper - guitar
2006  Robin Hell - vocals
2006  Doug Swierczek - drums
2006  Jason Heeny - bass
2006-2008  Daniel "Dani" Evans - bass
› 2009-2015  -//- guitars
2007-2008  Ian Wilson - drums
› 2008-2010  -//-
2008  Tim Shaw - guitar
2008  Alex Tabisz - drums
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2008-  Brendan Casey - bass ('08), backing vocals
2008-2009  Migo "Oger Mampf" Wagner - drums
2009-  Tobias Hain - trumpet
2009-  Gordon Krei - programming, brass and orchestral arrangements
2009  Austus Twele - great highland bagpipes
2009  Bee Bloodpunch - backing vocals
2009  Heinrich Gimpel - bass trombone
2009  Carsten Petersen - trumpet, cornet
2009  Mirjam Beyer - violin
2011  Hans-Jørgen Martinus Hansen - whistles
2011  Derek Fobaire - trombone
2011  Florian Frambach - trumpet
2011  Maria Odvody - violin
2011  Chris Jones (II) - accordion
2009  Heri Joensen - vocals
2008  Lasse Lammert - vibraslap, tambourine
› 2009  -//- guitar, backing vocals
› 2011  -//- guitar, vibraslap
2008  Chris Mummelthey - backing vocals
2009  Tim Shaw - backing vocals
2011  Robert Cranny - vocals
2011  Lord Jaldaboath - narration
2011  Heri Joensen - guitars
2011  Ken Sorceron - vocals

Latest reviews

Alestorm has developed a taste for songwriting that weighs heavily on party-style dance-metal tunes that could fly in any nightclub if they didn't smell so strongly of marine life, and No Grave But The Sea delivers the hearty "Mexico" and heavily hardcore "Alestorm" to follow up "Magnetic North" and the cover of Taio Cruz's "Hangover." It's good to see the band embrace such a fun, high-energy, and catchy style, especially because the strictly traditional folk metal sea shanties have begun to sound a little formulaic. I don't know if Alestorm could in good faith abandon its "serious" metal roots entirely and become a purely party band, but it's a shame they don't at least do so more often.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››

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Concerts

25.11.2017 MEX, Mexico City
26.11.2017 COL, Bogota
28.11.2017 PER, Lima
01.12.2017 BRA, Curitiba
02.12.2017 BRA, São Paulo
03.12.2017 BRA, Porto Alegre
04.12.2017 URU, Montevideo
06.12.2017 ARG, Rosario
07.12.2017 ARG, Buenos Aires
08.12.2017 ARG, Cordoba
09.12.2017 CHI, Santiago
01.02.2018 USA, Fort Lauderdale, FL - 70000 Tons Of Metal 2018 (5)
09.02.2018 GBR, Liverpool
10.02.2018 GBR, Sheffield
11.02.2018 GBR, Newcastle
13.02.2018 GBR, Aberdeen
14.02.2018 GBR, Glasgow
15.02.2018 GBR, Belfast
16.02.2018 IRL, Dublin
17.02.2018 GBR, Birmingham
18.02.2018 GBR, Manchester
20.02.2018 GBR, Leeds
21.02.2018 GBR, Norwich
22.02.2018 GBR, London
23.02.2018 GBR, Brihgton
24.02.2018 GBR, Bristol
25.02.2018 GBR, Southampton
20.06.2018 NOR, Halden - Tons Of Rock 2018 (1)
21.06.2018 DEN, Copenhagen - Copenhell 2018
12.07.2018 GER, Balingen - Bang Your Head!!! Festival 2018

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