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Wintersun

Country of origin:
Finland
Location:
Helsinki
Status:
Active
Formed in:
2003
Genre:
Symphonic Melodic Death Metal
Lyrical themes:
Winter, Emotions, Space, Dreams, Death, Time
Current label:
Nuclear Blast
Years active:
2003-present
Formed by Jari Mäenpää as a side project when he was in Ensiferum. When the sessions booked for the recording of the first album clashed with an Ensiferum tour, Jari left Ensiferum. The first album was recorded entirely by Jari, apart from the drums which were played by Kai Hahto.

Former Ensiferum drummer Oliver Fokin briefly preceded Teemu Mäntysaari as the second guitarist but left before ...
Current
Jari Mäenpää Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards (2003-present), Bass (2004)
See also: ex-Ensiferum, ex-Arthemesia, ex-Immemorial, ex-Lost Alone
Kai Hahto Drums (2004-present)
See also: Swallow the Sun, Trees of Eternity, ex-Cartilage, ex-Vomiturition, ex-Wings, ex-Rotten Sound, ex-Arthemesia, ex-Enochian Crescent
Teemu Mäntysaari Guitars (2004-present)
See also: ex-Imperanon
Jukka Koskinen Bass (2005-present)
See also: Cain's Offering, ex-Norther, ex-Amberian Dawn, ex-Medieval Art
Past
Oliver Fokin Guitars (2004)
See also: ex-Ensiferum, ex-Arthemesia, ex-Immemorial
Jari Mäenpää Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards (2003-present), Bass (2004)
See also: ex-Ensiferum, ex-Arthemesia, ex-Immemorial, ex-Lost Alone
Kai Hahto Drums (2004-present)
See also: Swallow the Sun, Trees of Eternity, ex-Cartilage, ex-Vomiturition, ex-Wings, ex-Rotten Sound, ex-Arthemesia, ex-Enochian Crescent
Teemu Mäntysaari Guitars (2004-present)
See also: ex-Imperanon
Jukka Koskinen Bass (2005-present)
See also: Cain's Offering, ex-Norther, ex-Amberian Dawn, ex-Medieval Art
Oliver Fokin Guitars (2004)
See also: ex-Ensiferum, ex-Arthemesia, ex-Immemorial
Added by: Sonatica Modified by: Diamhea
Added on: 2004-07-31 06:03:51 Last modified on: 2014-06-01 04:13:40
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