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2013-2014  Tuomas Saukkonen - all instruments, vocals
› 2014-  -//- guitars, vocals
2014-  Joonas "Jonttu" Kauppinen - drums
2014-  Lauri Silvonen - bass, backing vocals
2020-2022  Vagelis Karzis - guitars
› 2022-  -//- guitars, vocals
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2014-2019  Mika Lammassaari - guitars
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2015  Saku Moilanen - keyboards, piano
› 2020  -//- keyboards, orchestrations
› 2022-2023  -//-
2020  Vagelis Karzis - guitars
2013-2014  Esa Uusimaa - guitars
2013-2014  Joonas "Jonttu" Kauppinen - drums
2013-2014  Mika Lammassaari - guitars
2014  Waltteri Väyrynen - drums
› 2018  -//-
2015  Juho Räihä - guitars
2017  Jose Moilanen - bass
2017  Joni Lahdenkauppi - guitars
2017-2019  Heerian - guitars
2018  Rauli Alaruikka - bass
2018  Rauli Juopperi - drums
2019-2020  Vagelis Karzis - guitars
2013  Mika Lammassaari - guitars
2022  Karl Sanders - guitars
2022  Jesse Leach - vocals

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The same Wolfheart you love, now with a sharper edge. Album number six showcases more of their trademark high-quality melodic death metal with the intensity of thrash metal.
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Winter. Bare. Snow. White. Cold. Yet dark, forlorn, brutal, unforgiving. Melancholy, war, death, hope, sadness, more hope, more death. A wolf. No, a pack of them. Wolves. The Wolves of Karelia. Defenders of the northern realm. Fighting the invaders. Coming for you, coming for us all.
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Fan boy disclaimer: I love this band. Now that it is out of the way and I won't dwell on the fact that I still listen to Shadow World weekly, let me bring my unbiased opinion of the latest Wolfheart, which is the fully formed brainchild of Tuomas Saukkonen. The Finnish band has made ripples on the great lake of melodic death metal since its inception with a sound self-proclaimed as winter metal, which is an aggressively energy-packed form of Gothenburg metal with themes about nature.
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