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Warbringer



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253
369 fans
Also known as Onslaught (2004)

Country: USA
Label: Napalm Records

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Formed in: 2004

2004- Thrash metal
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Line-up

2004-  John Kevill - vocals
2004-2012  Adam Carroll - guitars
› 2013-  -//-
2011-2014  Carlos Cruz - drums
› 2015-  -//-
2016-  Chase Becker - guitars
2018-  Chase Bryant - bass
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2004-2008  Andy Laux - bass
› 2009-2012  -//-
2004-2008  Ryan Bates - drums
2004-2014  John Laux - guitars
2008-2009  Ben Bennett - bass
2008-2011  Nic Ritter - drums
2013  Jeff Potts - guitars
2013-2014  Ben Mottsman - bass
2014-2015  Noah Young - guitars
2014-2015  Vicken Hovsepian - drums
2014-2015  Alex Malmquist - bass
2016-2018  Jessie Sanchez - bass
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2008  Ben Bennett - bass
2009  John Gensmer - drums
2012  Andrew Bennett - guitars
2012-2013  Jeff Potts - guitars
2012-2013  Ben Mottsman - bass
2014  Balmore Lemus - guitars
2014  Blake Anderson - drums
2016  Jadran "Conan" Gonzalez - guitars
2008  James Rivera - additional vocals
2009  Gary Holt - guitars
2017  Jadran "Conan" Gonzalez - guitars
2017  Christian Monroy - vocals

Latest reviews

On the warpath once again, Warbringer are back to lay claim and conquer the metal scene; pledge allegiance or resist in vain. Weapons Of Tomorrow sees the band upping the sonic firepower they have at their disposal. Their 6th effort sees the band take another leap forward on their path out of the middle tier of thrash into the upper echelons that they have long threatened to join.
Review by omne metallum ››
Warbringer, one of the most prominent representatives of the last decade's thrash resurgence, is back with a new album, four long years after the more experimental and definitely underrated IV: Empires Collapse. The band's latest output, Woe To The Vanquished, doesn't sound much like its predecessor, being more straightforward and risk-free.
Review by nikarg ››
Warbringer's last album, Worlds Torn Asunder, was proof that they can still do their warbringing, even when faced with a slightly limp mix-job. IV isn't quite like that. They're still doing their no nonsense, to-the-point shit from at the...
Review by wormdrink414 ››

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Concerts

24.03.2023 BEL, Aalst
25.03.2023 GER, Essen
26.03.2023 FRA, Colmar
28.03.2023 GER, Kassel
29.03.2023 GER, Mannheim
29.03.2023 GER, Leipzig
31.03.2023 GER, Hamburg
01.04.2023 DEN, Copenhagen
02.04.2023 GER, Berlin
03.04.2023 POL, Warsaw
04.04.2023 POL, Krakow
05.04.2023 GER, Munich
06.04.2023 CZE, Prague
07.04.2023 HUN, Budapest (2)
08.04.2023 SUI, Sursee
09.04.2023 AUT, Dornbirn
10.04.2023 AUT, Vienna
11.04.2023 SUI, Martigny
13.04.2023 FRA, Lyon
14.04.2023 FRA, Pau
15.04.2023 ESP, Barcelona
16.04.2023 ESP, Madrid
17.04.2023 ESP, Mos Pontreveda
18.04.2023 ESP, Granada
19.04.2023 ESP, Zaragoza
20.04.2023 FRA, Nantes
21.04.2023 FRA, Paris
22.04.2023 NED, Arnhem
23.04.2023 NED, Helmond
24.04.2023 GER, Hannover
26.04.2023 GBR, Birmingham
27.04.2023 GBR, Manchester
28.04.2023 GBR, Glasgow
29.04.2023 GBR, London
30.04.2023 NED, Rotterdam
17.08.2023 AUT, Spital am Semmering - Kaltenbach Open Air 2023
19.08.2023 NED, Eindhoven - Dynamo Metalfest 2023

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