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HeavenFalls

Country of origin:
Brazil
Location:
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1999
Genre:
Melodic Power Metal
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Last label:
Hellion Records
Years active:
1999-?
The two brothers (Fernando and Gabriel) who first put the band together are no longer a part of it.
Last known
Carlos Jannarelli Bass
Rodrigo Fontoura Drums
Pedro Mota Guitars
See also: ex-Ocean Soul
Victor Montalvão Guitars
See also: ex-Warvenger
José Luiz Faulhaber Keyboards
Sabrina Carrión Vocals
Past
Daniel White Bass
Gabriel Holanda Bass
See also: ex-Escória
André Andrade Drums
See also: Stalker, ex-Reckoning, ex-Painside
Fabio Rogers Drums
See also: Criteria
Fernando Holanda Drums
See also: ex-Escória
Sidney Junior Guitars
Davis Vasconcellos Guitars
See also: Stalker
Renato Plata Guitars
See also: ex-Black Communion, ex-Cruelty, ex-Hallucination, ex-Diablerie
Rodrigo Évora Keyboards
Tiago Ferreira Keyboards
See also: ex-Sephyra
Bernardo Menezes Keyboards
Márcio Mitzael Vocals
Hugo Navia Vocals
See also: ex-Lost Forever, ex-WARFX
Carlos Jannarelli Bass
Rodrigo Fontoura Drums
Pedro Mota Guitars
See also: ex-Ocean Soul
Victor Montalvão Guitars
See also: ex-Warvenger
José Luiz Faulhaber Keyboards
Sabrina Carrión Vocals
Daniel White Bass
Gabriel Holanda Bass
See also: ex-Escória
André Andrade Drums
See also: Stalker, ex-Reckoning, ex-Painside
Fabio Rogers Drums
See also: Criteria
Fernando Holanda Drums
See also: ex-Escória
Sidney Junior Guitars
Davis Vasconcellos Guitars
See also: Stalker
Renato Plata Guitars
See also: ex-Black Communion, ex-Cruelty, ex-Hallucination, ex-Diablerie
Rodrigo Évora Keyboards
Tiago Ferreira Keyboards
See also: ex-Sephyra
Bernardo Menezes Keyboards
Márcio Mitzael Vocals
Hugo Navia Vocals
See also: ex-Lost Forever, ex-WARFX
Added by: KatatonicMoon Modified by: Andre Gaius
Added on: 2003-05-25 11:30:59 Last modified on: 2013-11-10 16:08:57
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