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Arkngthand

Country of origin:
Netherlands
Location:
Echt, Limburg
Status:
Changed name
Formed in:
2005
Genre:
Progressive/Power Metal
Lyrical themes:
Folklore, Novels of George R. R. Martin
Last label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
2005-2010, 2010-present (as River of Brakelights)
From left to right on the picture: Job, Nick, Ruud, Bart, Niels, Rim.

Arkngthand is pronounced "Arkentand". The name Arkngthand comes from the Bethesda Softworks videogame "The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind". It is a set of Dwemer (Dwarven) ruins.

In 2008, guitarist Bart Latten took a three month trip to Nepal. Loek Tonnaer took Bart's place for live shows during this time.

The band has gone ...
Last known
Job Verdonschot Bass (2005-2010)
See also: Retribution
Niels Janssen Drums, Percussion (2005-2010)
Ruud van Sloun Guitars (lead) (2005-2010)
Rim Steijvers Vocals (lead) (2006-2010)
See also: ex-Scheurbuik, ex-Chain of Dogs
Bart Latten Guitars (lead & rhythm) (2008-2010)
Past
Nick Vossen Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing) (2005-2007), Keyboards (2008-2010)
Martijn Coolen Guitars (rhythm) (2005), Keyboards (2005-2008)
Past (Live)
Loek Tonnaer Guitars (rhythm) (2008)
Mignon Schichel Violin (2009-2010)
Stans Hoedemakers Vocals (female) (2009-2010)
Job Verdonschot Bass (2005-2010)
See also: Retribution
Niels Janssen Drums, Percussion (2005-2010)
Ruud van Sloun Guitars (lead) (2005-2010)
Rim Steijvers Vocals (lead) (2006-2010)
See also: ex-Scheurbuik, ex-Chain of Dogs
Bart Latten Guitars (lead & rhythm) (2008-2010)
Nick Vossen Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing) (2005-2007), Keyboards (2008-2010)
Martijn Coolen Guitars (rhythm) (2005), Keyboards (2005-2008)
Past
Loek Tonnaer Guitars (rhythm) (2008)
Mignon Schichel Violin (2009-2010)
Stans Hoedemakers Vocals (female) (2009-2010)
Added by: thrässhole Modified by: insAnum
Added on: 2005-10-14 19:03:04 Last modified on: 2014-04-20 07:25:03
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