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Forsaken

Country of origin:
Germany
Location:
Lauda, Baden-W├╝rttemberg
Status:
Changed name
Formed in:
2001
Genre:
Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Last label:
Steelpride
Years active:
2001-?
Not to be confused with the:
Thrash/Death Metal Band Forsaken from Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia.
Speed/Power Metal Band Forsaken from Berlin.
Melodic Death Metal Band Forsaken from Alt├Âtting, Bavaria.

After the release of Trip to Nowhere the band changed their name into Forsaken Knights, but broke up without recording any further albums.
Last known
Denis Suarsana Bass (?-2004), Vocals (backing) (?-2004)
See also: Midnight Symphony
Christian Seynstahl Vocals (?-2004)
Jan Raddatz Drums (2001-2004)
See also: Majesty, Midnight Symphony, ex-Metalforce, ex-Atlantean Kodex
Phil Tempel Guitars (2001-2004)
See also: Midnight Symphony
Marco Schulz Guitars (2001-2004)
Past
Freddy Seubert Bass (2001-?)
Roman Lorenz Keyboards (2001-?)
Andre Müller Vocals (2001-2002)
Olf Riedl Vocals (2002-?)
Denis Suarsana Bass (?-2004), Vocals (backing) (?-2004)
See also: Midnight Symphony
Christian Seynstahl Vocals (?-2004)
Jan Raddatz Drums (2001-2004)
See also: Majesty, Midnight Symphony, ex-Metalforce, ex-Atlantean Kodex
Phil Tempel Guitars (2001-2004)
See also: Midnight Symphony
Marco Schulz Guitars (2001-2004)
Freddy Seubert Bass (2001-?)
Roman Lorenz Keyboards (2001-?)
Andre Müller Vocals (2001-2002)
Olf Riedl Vocals (2002-?)
Added by: Alex Modified by: Alex
Added on: 2004-07-30 01:03:57 Last modified on: 2011-10-08 08:25:22
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