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1998-  Gus G. - guitars
2003-  Petros Christo - bass
2011-  Johan "Jo" Nunez - drums
2020-  Herbie Langhans - vocals
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2001-2003  Konstantine - bass
2001-2003  Brian Harris - drums
2001-2004  Stephen Fredrick - vocals
2003-2005  Stian L. Kristoffersen - drums
2004-2005  Chity Somapala - vocals
2004-2020  Babis "Bob" Katsionis - keyboards, additional guitars
2005-2010  Mark Cross - drums
2005-2013  Apollo Papathanasio - vocals
2010-2011  Michael Ehré - drums
2015-2020  Henning Basse - vocals
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2005  Fotis Benardo - drums
2007  Henning Basse - vocals
2008  Tara Teresa - vocals
2010  Michael Ehré - drums
2010  Marios Iliopoulos [ MS user ] - bass
2011  Mats Levén - vocals
2011  Johan "Jo" Nunez - drums
2012  Liv Kristine - vocals
2013-2015  Kelly Carpenter - vocals
2004-2005  Marty Friedman - guitars
2004-2005  Lisa Gelenberg - choirs, backing vocals
2004-2005  Johannes Nimtz - choirs, backing vocals
2004-2005  James Franklin Murphy - guitars
2004-2005  Markus Teske - choirs, backing vocals
2006  Markus Palsson - backing vocals
2006  Tara Teresa - vocals
2008  Marcus Pålsson - vocals
2012  Eicca Toppinen - cello
2012  Paavo Lötjönen - cello
2012  Perttu Kivilaakso - cello
2016-2017  Paul Logue - spoken vocals
2020  Babis "Bob" Katsionis - keyboards


Latest reviews

Right, Firewind from Firewind. Often I question when a band with many albums under their belt decide to release an eponymous album years down the line. In this case, they do get a pass as they explained it by saying this feels like a re-launch of the band by bringing Herbie Langhans as a vocalist, as he does sound very much like their first singer Stephen Fredrick.
Review by Dream Taster ››
Spartaaaa!! After a five-year hiatus, The Greek powerhouse that is Firewind is back in full force with a power metal concept album about the Battle of Thermopylae and Salamis in 480 BC during the second Persian invasion of Greece. Look it up, it's fascinating and a few movies were made about it.
Review by Dream Taster ››
Firewind, Firewind, how I loved you. You proved that bands with frequently changing lineups can still sound tight as fuck. You proved that having a kick-ass young shredder in the band doesn't necessarily turn your songs into vessels for his solos....
Review by Milena ››
Firewind guitarist Gus G has been making a name for himself on the international metal scene since 2002 when Firewind, as well as his former band Dream Evil, released debut albums. Though he left Dream Evil a few years later and has played as a guest...
Review by Susan ››

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