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Orden Ogan


Line-up

1996-2019  Sebastian "Seeb" Levermann - guitars, keyboards, vocals
› 2019-  -//- keyboards, vocals
2011-2019  Niels Löffler - bass
› 2019-  -//- guitars
2012-  Dirk Meyer-Berhorn - drums
2019-  Steven Wussow - bass
2020-  Patrick Sperling - guitars
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1996-2005  Stefan "Terrazzo" Manarin - vocals, guitar
1996-2005  Sebastian "Seve" Severin - bass
1996-2012  Sebastian "Ghnu" Grütling - drums
1998-2000  Marc Peters - guitar
2005-2012  Timo "Mo" Könnecke - bass
2005-2020  Tobias "Tobi" Kersting - guitar
2007-2011  Nils Weise - keyboards, vocals
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2004  Verena "Jinx" Melchert - flute, tin-whistle, vocals
2004  Alexandra Schneider - violin
› 2007  -//-
2004  Sarah Wyss - vocals
› 2007  -//-
2004  Christina Decker - vocals
› 2007  -//-
2007  Marija Ashmele - vocals
2007  Mattin Walczak - vocals
2007  Timo Könnecke - cello, double bass, piano
› 2015  -//- cello, 12 string guitar
2012  Nils Weise - keyboards, choir vocals
2008  Marc Brutus - guitars
2021  Felix Born - drums
2012  Ross Thompson - choirs vocals
› 2022  -//- vocals
2012  Roger Öjersson - guitars
2015  Nils Weise - keyboards, choir vocals
› 2017  -//- choirs vocals
› 2021  -//-
2015  Chris Boltendahl - vocals
› 2022  -//-
2015  Armin Haas - orchestration
2015  Joacim Cans - vocals
2017  Liv Kristine - vocals
2017  Klaus Dirks - choirs vocals
› 2021  -//-
2020-2022  Gus G. - guitars
2021  Thomas "Hacky" Hackmann - choirs vocals
2021-2022  Ylva Eriksson - vocals
2021-2022  Andy B. Franck - vocals
2021-2022  Alex Staropoli - orchestration
2022  Dennis Diehl - vocals
2022  Marc Lopes - vocals
2022  Peter "Peavy" Wagner - vocals
2022  Frank Beck - vocals
2022  Nils Molin - vocals
2022  Stuart "Stu" Block - vocals
2022  Marta Gabriel - vocals
2022  Leif Jensen - vocals
2022  Elina Siirala - vocals

Discography


Latest reviews

Just as with the postponement of Accept's Too Mean To Die, I find an amusing pinprick of irony in Orden Ogan's Final Days being delayed for eight months because the days were getting a little too "final."   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
Gunmen
8.3
Orden Ogan have followed up Ravenhead, their shortest and most accessible album to date, with Gunmen, an album that feels more like the band's earlier works with its density and weight.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››

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