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Country of origin:
Netherlands
Location:
Arnhem, Gelderland
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
2001
Genre:
Progressive Metal
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Last label:
Sensory Records
Years active:
2001-2004 (as Morgana-X), 2004-2008
The band was known as Morgana-X, until they changed their name on June 9th, 2004.

Due to increasing deafness, Wouter Wamelink had to quit the band and was replaced by Roy Segers in December 2005.
Last known
Martijn Peters Drums (2004-?)
See also: Stream of Passion, The Saturnine (live), ex-Stentorian, ex-Morgana-X
Michiel Reessink Keyboards (2004-?)
See also: ex-Morgana-X
Eddy Borremans Vocals (2004-?)
See also: ex-Morgana-X, ex-The Saturnine (live)
Roy Segers Guitars (2005-2008)
Past
Ivor van Beek Guitars
See also: Non-Divine, ex-Artificial Limb
Ruben Viets Keyboards
See also: ex-Artificial Limb, ex-Non-Divine, ex-Morgana-X
Jeroen van Maanen Bass (2004-2007)
See also: ex-Morgana-X
Wouter Wamelink Guitars (2004-2005)
See also: ex-Morgana-X
Martijn Peters Drums (2004-?)
See also: Stream of Passion, The Saturnine (live), ex-Stentorian, ex-Morgana-X
Michiel Reessink Keyboards (2004-?)
See also: ex-Morgana-X
Eddy Borremans Vocals (2004-?)
See also: ex-Morgana-X, ex-The Saturnine (live)
Roy Segers Guitars (2005-2008)
Ivor van Beek Guitars
See also: Non-Divine, ex-Artificial Limb
Ruben Viets Keyboards
See also: ex-Artificial Limb, ex-Non-Divine, ex-Morgana-X
Jeroen van Maanen Bass (2004-2007)
See also: ex-Morgana-X
Wouter Wamelink Guitars (2004-2005)
See also: ex-Morgana-X
Added by: Skyklad Modified by: Napero
Added on: 2003-04-25 09:08:51 Last modified on: 2013-11-07 16:53:35
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