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2004-  Tobias Weinreich - bass
2004-  Sebastian Scherrer - keyboards
2004-  Simon Schillinger - guitars
2005-  Johannes Joseph - accordion, vocals
2005-  David Schuldis - guitars
2006-  Cornelius Heck - drums
2010-  Oliver Berlin - vocals
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2004-2009  Marco Schomas - acoustic guitars, vocals
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2008-  Peter Hamm - guitars
2008  Stephan Stahl - guitars
2006  Nefti - tin whistle
2007  Sevan Kirder - tin whistle, german flute, choir vocals
› 2009-2012  -//- tin whistle
› 2015  -//- whistles, vocals
› 2019  -//- vocals
› 2023  -//- whistles, vocals
2007  Jonas Mayer - choir vocals
2007  Christoph Schuster - oboe
2019  Lars Vogel - vocals

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The last Finsterforst album had a song as long as other bands' albums, and now they come out with a release that's slightly longer, but they still operate above calling it an album.
Review by RaduP ››
A 36-minutes-long song! Take that, Moonsorrow!
Review by RaduP ››
It seems common now that the pagan genre directs its view onto modern themes and problems. The most popular examples include Varg or Equilibrium. And while mentioning those two, it's most convenient to change topic to the new Finsterforst album, which is best described by a mixture of the aforementioned bands. Mach Dich Frei is the fourth studio album of the neo-pagan warriors from the black forest, after which the band is named. And indeed, it is a worthy one.
Review by Windrider ››

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