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Harkonin

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
St. Louis, Missouri
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
2002
Genre:
Black/Thrash Metal
Lyrical themes:
Satanism, Death
Last label:
Battlegod Productions
Years active:
2002-?
Lael Clark was fired from the band because his ideological position stood strongly in opposition to that of the other members of Harkonin. The song "L.ost C.ause" (on "Ghamina") is dedicated to the series of events surrounding his departure.
Last known
Tom Quach Bass
See also: ex-Warghoul, ex-Fistula
Scott Fogelbach Guitars
See also: The Lion's Daughter
Jason Barron Vocals
See also: ex-Fistula
Clayton Gore Drums (2003-?)
See also: Null Dynamo, ex-Eulogy, ex-Alas
Matt Coyle Guitars (2005-?)
See also: ex-Fistula
Past
Mike Evans Drums
See also: ex-Powers Court
Lael Clark Guitars
See also: Nightscape, ex-Grievance Honor, ex-Parousia, ex-Ash to Dust, ex-Undenied, ex-Warghoul
Drake Poeschel Guitars
Tom Quach Bass
See also: ex-Warghoul, ex-Fistula
Scott Fogelbach Guitars
See also: The Lion's Daughter
Jason Barron Vocals
See also: ex-Fistula
Clayton Gore Drums (2003-?)
See also: Null Dynamo, ex-Eulogy, ex-Alas
Matt Coyle Guitars (2005-?)
See also: ex-Fistula
Mike Evans Drums
See also: ex-Powers Court
Lael Clark Guitars
See also: Nightscape, ex-Grievance Honor, ex-Parousia, ex-Ash to Dust, ex-Undenied, ex-Warghoul
Drake Poeschel Guitars
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