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2006-  Jon Davis - guitars, vocals
2017-  Johnny King - drums
2023-  David Ryley - bass
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2006  Richie Grundy - drums
2007-2014  Paul O'Neill (I) - drums
2009-2013  John McNulty - bass, vocals
2011-2013  Phil Coumbe - bass, backing vocals
2014-2017  Rich Lewis - drums
2014-2023  Chris Fielding - bass, backing vocals
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2011  David Perry (I) - bass, backing vocals
› 2014  -//-
2016-  Renata Castagna - bass
2017  Daniel "Dan" Mullins - drums

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The band named after the barbarian return with another appropriately barbaric record, with guitar tones to rattle the bones of the hardiest warrior.
Review by musclassia ››
Conan are one of those bands, much like Primitive Man and Leviathan, whose name simply couldn't possibly go better with the type of music they play. We all know that Conan isn't a pussy. He's a hulking Behemoth of a warrior who knows that battle prowess is a true measure of a man. And much like their namesake, the Brits in Conan do not see any need to deal in excessive technicalities. They're colossal, they're brutish, and all they want is to rattle our bones, which they're doing once again on Revengeance.
Review by Auntie Sahar ››
You might know Conan better as the given name of a certain barbarian, or a red-headed American talk show host. Stoner doom metal fans will also be starting to associate the name, if they haven't already, with this steamroller of a band from the UK. Despite the title for their latest album, Blood Eagle doesn't see their sound soaring to new heights, and why? Because it's too damn heavy to lift off the ground.
Review by R'Vannith ››

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