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Annihilator


Line-up

1984-  Jeff Waters - bass, guitars, vocals
2014-  Aaron Homma - guitars
2015-  Rich Hinks - bass, backing vocals
2016-  Fabio Alessandrini - drums
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1984-1985  Dave Scott - bass
1984-1985  John Bates - vocals
1984-1985  Paul Malek - drums
1985  Richard "Death" - drums
1987-1989  Dennis Dubeau - vocals
1987-1992  Ray Hartmann - drums
› 1999-2001  -//-
1988-1990  Anthony Greenham - guitars
1989  Randy Rampage - vocals
› 1998-2000  -//-
1989-1990  Dave Scott Davis - guitars
› 1993-2001  -//-
1990-1992  Coburn Pharr - vocals
1992-1993  Neil Goldberg - guitars
1992-1994  Aaron Randall - vocals
1993  Michael "Mike" Mangini - drums
› 2004-2005  -//-
› 2007  -//-
1993-1996  Randy Black - drums
› 2001-2003  -//-
1994-1995  Cam Dixon - bass
› 2015  -//-
2000-2003  Joe Comeau - vocals
2001-2005  Curran Murphy - guitars
2002-2004  Russell Bergquist - bass
2003-2014  Dave Padden - vocals, guitars
2004-2005  Sandor de Bretan - bass
2008-2010  Dave Sheldon - bass
2013-2016  Mike Harshaw - drums
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2005  Tony Chappelle - drums
2008-2010  Ryan Ahoff - drums
2000-2002  Russell Bergquist - bass
› 2006  -//-
2004-2005  Rob Falzano - drums
2007  Ryan Ahoff - drums
2007-2008  Alex Landenburg - drums
2010  Carlos Cantatore - drums
2010-2014  Alberto Campuzano - bass, backing vocals
2011  Florent "Flo" Mounier - drums
2012-2013  Mike Harshaw - drums
2014-2015  Oscar Rangel - bass
2015  Coburn Pharr - vocals
2007  Allan Johnson - bass
2007  Dan Beehler - vocals, drums
2007  Anders Björler - guitars
2007  Jeff Loomis - guitars
2007  Danko Jones - vocals
2007  Angela Gossow - vocals
2007  Steve "Lips" Kudlow - guitars
2007  Alexi Laiho - guitars
› 2013  -//-
2007  Michael Amott - guitars
2007  Jesper Strömblad - guitars
2007  Corey Beaulieu - guitars
2007  Jacob Lynam - guitars
2007  William M. "Willie" Adler - guitars

Discography

2004 The One [EP] 7.4

Latest reviews

Annihilator has always been essentially the one-man band of guitar hero / producer / singer / songwriter Jeff Waters, and it is rare for someone to be still inspired and stay fresh after so many years in the business. And at 53 years of age, it's difficult to come up with ideas as easily as you did when you were in your 20s anyway. This is the band's 17th album and it's just… another Annihilator record.   Review by nikarg ››
Feast
8.1
Annihilator finally find their feet and plant their boot squarely in your face; back with a vengeance and a higher level of purpose, Feast is the sound of a re-invigorated band who are trying to make up for lost time. Do as the album says, and crack it open and gorge yourself on what's within.   Review by omne metallum ››
Metal
8.0
One day, Mr Jeff Waters, the amazing Canadian guitarist of Annihilator wanted to release an album which could become like a hymn to our favorite music, the Metal. He chose to call it "Metal" (easy isn't it) and invited a lot of guests,...   Review by Jeff ››
I wonder how many times Jeff Waters is going to fool around with the line up of Annihilator until he finds the one (no pun intended)... This time around he got hold of a young singer called Dave Padden - THE singer of Annihilator in Waters's own...   Review by Deadsoulman ››

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