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Ad Astra

Country of origin:
Hungary
Location:
Göd (early), Budapest (later)
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1999
Genre:
Progressive Power Metal
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Current label:
Hammer Records
Years active:
1999-present
Formed "around the turn of 1999 and 2000", by Peter Erdélyi, Mark Spala, and Csaba Erdélyi, but the line-up was not complete until 2004.

Zoltán Pötörke was a session vocalist during 2009. Once he quit, Peter became the main vocalist.

Contact: limorecords@limorecords.com / adastra@index.hu

Ad Astra is Latin for "to the stars".
Current
Mark Spala Guitars (, 1999-2009)
Péter Erdélyi Guitar (1999-present), Vocals (2009-present)
See also: Salvus, ex-Megazetor, Judas Best
Gergely Kiss Drums (2016-present)
See also: Salvus (live), ex-Sunday Fury
Past
Árpád Bótyik Drums
See also: ex-Watch My Dying
Péter Barabás Drums
Gábor Bittere Vocals
József Nyeste Vocals
See also: ex-Dreyelands
Csaba Morvai Vocals
Csaba Erdélyi Bass (1999-?)
Márton Kliment Drums (2004-?)
See also: Gore Thrower, ex-Megazetor, ex-Wolverine Blues Brothers
Balázs Specker Guitars (2009-?)
See also: ex-Sacra Arcana
Current (Live)
Ferenc Sasvári Bass
See also: Effrontery, ex-Crossholder
Mark Spala Guitars (, 1999-2009)
Péter Erdélyi Guitar (1999-present), Vocals (2009-present)
See also: Salvus, ex-Megazetor, Judas Best
Gergely Kiss Drums (2016-present)
See also: Salvus (live), ex-Sunday Fury
Árpád Bótyik Drums
See also: ex-Watch My Dying
Péter Barabás Drums
Gábor Bittere Vocals
József Nyeste Vocals
See also: ex-Dreyelands
Csaba Morvai Vocals
Csaba Erdélyi Bass (1999-?)
Márton Kliment Drums (2004-?)
See also: Gore Thrower, ex-Megazetor, ex-Wolverine Blues Brothers
Balázs Specker Guitars (2009-?)
See also: ex-Sacra Arcana
Current
Ferenc Sasvári Bass
See also: Effrontery, ex-Crossholder
Added by: davkov85 Modified by: aloof
Added on: 2005-08-19 11:30:16 Last modified on: 2017-03-16 08:41:27