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Sons of Fenris

Country of origin:
France
Location:
Lutzelhouse, Alsace
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1999
Genre:
Black Metal
Lyrical themes:
Anti-Cosmic / Dark Germanic Heathenism
Current label:
Scythe of Death Productions
Years active:
1999-present
According to the Prose Edda and some Skaldic poetry, the Fenrisúlfr (Old Icelandic for "Fenrir-Wolf") is a gigantic wolf who will wreak havoc during Raganrök. He is also said to be a spawn of Loki and the one who severed Týr's hand. He may or may not be identical to other mythological wolves such as Garmr,Mánagarmr, Sköll and Hati.
Current
Werewolf All instruments, Vocals
See also: Myling, Abgrundjaz
Past
Christhorn Guitars
Past (Live)
Mz. Bass
See also: Arvakh, Helel, ex-Nihilkult, ex-oOo, ex-Lugubre Cenacle
Aeshma Drums
See also: ex-Deus Inversus
Legolas Keyboards
See also: Hemorroidz ov God, Morbidlands, Searing Skull, ex-Swellpain (live), ex-Thy Apokalypse, ex-Naastrand
A. Bass (2007-2010)
See also: ex-Pain Is..., ex-Black Sin, ex-Svbvra
S. Drums (2007-2011)
(R.I.P. 2011) See also: ex-Black Sin (live), ex-Old Black (live), ex-Edicius, ex-Dies Sephirah, ex-Les Fugitifs, ex-Solitude (Fra)
Bahalberith Guitars (2007-2009)
Werewolf All instruments, Vocals
See also: Myling, Abgrundjaz
Christhorn Guitars
Past
Mz. Bass
See also: Arvakh, Helel, ex-Nihilkult, ex-oOo, ex-Lugubre Cenacle
Aeshma Drums
See also: ex-Deus Inversus
Legolas Keyboards
See also: Hemorroidz ov God, Morbidlands, Searing Skull, ex-Swellpain (live), ex-Thy Apokalypse, ex-Naastrand
A. Bass (2007-2010)
See also: ex-Pain Is..., ex-Black Sin, ex-Svbvra
S. Drums (2007-2011)
(R.I.P. 2011) See also: ex-Black Sin (live), ex-Old Black (live), ex-Edicius, ex-Dies Sephirah, ex-Les Fugitifs, ex-Solitude (Fra)
Bahalberith Guitars (2007-2009)
Added by: BlackMetalGirl Modified by: dantes
Added on: 2004-07-12 20:19:33 Last modified on: 2014-10-14 07:16:42
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