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Country: The Netherlands
Label: Napalm Records

Links: Official website

Formed in: 2002

2002- Folk metal


2006-  Rowan Roodbaert - bass
2012-  Kevin Vruchtbaard - guitars
2016-  Kevin Storm - guitars
2016-  Jacco Bühnebeest - vocals
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2002-2005  Jesse Vuerbaert - vocals
2002-2005  Niels Beenkerver - guitars
2002-2006  Paul Braadvraat - bass
2002-2011  Sebastiaan "Sebas Bloeddorst" van Eldik - guitars
2002-2013  Joris Boghtdrincker - vocals
2002-2022  Joost Vellenknotscher - drums
2005-2015  Mark Splintervuyscht - vocals
2005-2015  Reamon Bomenbreker - guitars
2007-2008  Stefanie Speervrouw - violin
2013-2020  Lars Nachtbraecker - vocals
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2015-2016  Kevin Storm - guitars
2015-2016  Jacco Bühnebeest - vocals
2020  Joris Van Gelre - vocals
2022-  Kevin van den Heiligenberg - drums

Latest reviews

I had Heidevolk on a downward slide when I reviewed Velua in 2015, and the lineup changes that preceded the album only continued in its aftermath; Vuur Van Verzet debuts a new guitarist and is the third album in a row to feature a different vocal team from its predecessor. Given the sudden shift in personnel, overall decline in quality, and the rather lackluster single "Ontwaakt," it seemed that Heidevolk was going to sputter out of existence. Against all odds, Vuur Van Verzet is a sound success for Heidevolk.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
Though co-lead vocalist Joris Boghtdrincker departed from Heidevolk a couple of years ago, they could not in good conscience abandon their trademark vocal harmonies, and so the barrel-chested tag-team remains intact with the new addition of Lars Vogel. At least their signature sound hasn't changed with the line-up, but Velua is a very slow starter.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››

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