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Line-up

2003-  Attila Dorn - vocals
2003-  Falk Maria Schlegel - keyboards
2003-  Matthew Greywolf - guitars
2003-  Charles Greywolf - bass
2011-  Roel Van Helden - drums
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2003-2010  Stefane Funèbre - drums
2010-2011  Tom Diener - drums
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2012-  Markus Pohl - guitars
2011  Frank Beck - choirs vocals
› 2013  -//-
› 2015  -//-
2015  Titan Fox - choirs vocals
› 2018  -//-
2018  Marcela Bovio - additional vocals
2018  John "Jaycee" Cuijpers - additional vocals
› 2021  -//- backing vocals
2019  Markus Pohl - guitar solos
2021  Jan Willem Ketelaers - vocals
2021  Frederique Klooster - vocals
2021  Angus van Grevenbroek - vocals
2021  Johan Van Stratum - vocals
2021  Rodney Blaze - vocals
2021  Dianne Van Giersbergen - vocals
2021  Joost van Velzen - vocals
2021  Coen Janssen - vocals
2021  Alfrun Schmid - vocals
2021  Ralf Scheepers - vocals
2021  Alissa White-Gluz - vocals
2021  Johan Hegg - vocals
2021  Doro Pesch - vocals
2021  Matt Heafy - vocals
2021  Björn "Speed" Strid - vocals
2021  Chris Harms - vocals
2021  Johannes Eckerström - vocals
2021  Christopher Alexander Bowes - vocals
2021  Martijn De Graaf Bierbrauwer - vocals
2021  Andre Cruz - vocals
2021  John Cujpers - vocals
2021  Jasper Erkens - vocals
2021  Annette Vermeulen - vocals
2021  Aldona Bartnik - vocals
2021  Jari Mäenpää - vocals
2022  Jonne Järvelä - vocals
2022  Tommy Johansson [ MS user ] - vocals
2022  Georg Neuhauser - vocals
2022  Nils Molin - vocals
2022  Melissa Bonny - vocals
2022  Roberto Dimitri Liapakis - vocals
2022  Hansi Kürsch - vocals
2022  Sebastian "Seeb" Levermann - vocals

Discography


Latest reviews

Sunday means going to church. Call Of The Wild marks the return of the German vampire werewolves who worship the unholy cross by drinking the blood of innocents.
Review by Dream Taster ››
Powerwolf's lupo-hagio-crypto-satano-sacro-groovy power metal of the night has carved a fun niche for the band. The "German Catholic werewolves thing," as a friend of mine describes it, has a pleasingly dramatic flair, with all its organ-scored singalongs and Attila Dorn's stunning, operatic charisma. That wasn't enough to stop Powerwolf from dipping into realms below their potential on recent releases, but The Sacrament Of Sin pulls them back to a level more befitting their talents.
Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
"I've put on the last album by mistake." These were my initial thoughts when I started listening to Blessed & Possessed; that is just how similar the opening track, "Blessed & Possessed," is to "Amen & Attack" from the previous album, Preachers Of The Night. Unfortunately this feeling of déjà vu continued throughout the rest of the album.
Review by Belegûr ››

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