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Le Grand Guignol

Country of origin:
Germany
Location:
Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg
Status:
On hold
Formed in:
2006
Genre:
Symphonic Extreme Metal
Lyrical themes:
Horror, Darkness
Last label:
Maddening Media
Years active:
1996-1997 (as Dregoth), 1997-2006 (as Vindsval), 2006-?
Started as Dregoth then changed name to Vindsval and now known as Le Grand Guignol.

Although based out of Germany, everyone in the band (besides Ingo Merten) is from Luxembourg.

Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol ("The Theater of the Big Puppet") — known as the Grand Guignol — was in the Pigalle area of Paris. From its opening in 1897 until its closing in 1962 it specialized in naturalistic horror ...
Last known
Michel Spithoven Drums
See also: Abstract Rapture, ex-Dreams of Nabid, ex-ExInferis, ex-Vindsval, Cosmogon, ex-Enid
Patrick Damiani Guitars, Bass, Orchestrations
See also: ex-Dregoth, ex-Vindsval, Rome, ex-Enid, ex-Nebelhorn, ex-Carach Angren (live), ex-Isenheim
Yves Blaschette Keyboards, Orchestrations, Piano, Cello, Guitars
See also: ex-Dregoth, ex-Vindsval
Philip Breuer Vocals, Lyrics
See also: ex-Ordo Draconis, ex-Dregoth, ex-Vindsval, ex-Nibelland
Last known (Live)
Ingo Merten Bass
See also: ex-Vindsval, ex-Timesphere, ex-2nd Sight
Michel Spithoven Drums
See also: Abstract Rapture, ex-Dreams of Nabid, ex-ExInferis, ex-Vindsval, Cosmogon, ex-Enid
Patrick Damiani Guitars, Bass, Orchestrations
See also: ex-Dregoth, ex-Vindsval, Rome, ex-Enid, ex-Nebelhorn, ex-Carach Angren (live), ex-Isenheim
Yves Blaschette Keyboards, Orchestrations, Piano, Cello, Guitars
See also: ex-Dregoth, ex-Vindsval
Philip Breuer Vocals, Lyrics
See also: ex-Ordo Draconis, ex-Dregoth, ex-Vindsval, ex-Nibelland
Last known
Ingo Merten Bass
See also: ex-Vindsval, ex-Timesphere, ex-2nd Sight
Added by: GraveWish Modified by: thetruechaby
Added on: 2007-10-09 12:52:48 Last modified on: 2014-05-25 19:10:44
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