Stormwitch




Rank:
1659
26 fans
Also known as Lemon Sylvan (1979-1981)

Country: Germany
Label: Massacre Records

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Formed in: 1979
Broke up: 1996-2002
Broke up: 2002-2010

1979- Heavy metal

Line-up

1979-  Andy Aldrian - vocals
1980-1984  Jürgen Wannenwetsch - bass
› 2004-  -//-
2010-  Stoney Spitznagel - guitar
2013-  Volker Schmietow - guitars
2014-  Micha Kasper - drums
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1979-1989  Lee Tarot - guitars
1979-1991  Steve Merchant - guitars
1981-2014  Peter Langer - drums
1984-1989  Pearson - bass
1989-1990  Andy Hunter - bass
1989-1991  Wolfgang Schludi - guitar
1990-1996  Martin Albrecht - bass
1992-1993  Joachim "Joe" Gassmann - guitar
1992-1996  Damir Uzunovic - guitar
1993-1994  Robert Balci - guitar
› 2004-2005  -//-
2000-2004  Marc Oppold - drums
2000-2004  Dominik Schwarz - bass
2000-2004  Alex Schmidt - keyboards
2000-2004  Fabian Schwarz - guitar
2000-2004  Martin Winkler - guitar
2004-2005  Markus Ambrosi - drums
2005-2006  Oliver Weislogel - guitar
2005-2006  Michael Blechinger - drums
2005-2006  Andrew Roussak - keyboards
2010-2011  Harry Reischmann - drums
2010-2013  Marc Scheunert - guitars
2011-2012  Stefan Köllner - drums
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Latest reviews

Stormwitch sound remarkably spry for a band entering its 36th year. As one of those bands that burst onto the scene with an unforgettable debut in the '80s and then petered out with a series of on-again, off-again reunions, their sporadic stream of follow-up albums under varying lineups has been subject to a gradual decline in quality. The decline has been mercifully slow, however, and their last two albums (in 2002 and 2004, respectively) held their own. Even now, 11 years since Witchcraft, Stormwitch have enough fire in the belly to come up with something still listenable; but it isn't quite a glorious comeback.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
German Stormwitch are ranked very high among the worlds Heavy Metal band, but they are still very unknown, and that's bewilder me. I mean, how can a band be ranked so high and be so good, and in the same time be so unknown? It's a mystery.
  Review by Malcolm ››

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