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Engel

Engel (2004-present) is a Death Metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden.

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ormed as a minor supergroup, featuring members from other known Swedish bands, specifically guitarist Niclas Engelin being one of the members from a trio of groups following the disbanding of his former act The Crown.

In 2007 their debut, Absolute Design, would arrive featuring the membership of Mangan Klavborn (vocals), Niclas Engelin (guitars; ex-Gardenian/In Flames/ex-Passenger), Marcus Sunesson (guitars; ex-The Crown), Mikael HÃ¥kansson (bass) and Daniel Moilanen (drums; ex-The Project Hate/ex-Runemagick/Katatonia). The album would be more in the style of a more modern melodic death style banner (as opposed to classical of In Flames or Dark Tranquillity pioneered). Metalcore and even nu-metal down-tuned guitars would also be added to the mix, along with modern vocals that alternate between a hardcore scream and clean chorus.

Threnody (2010) and Blood Of Saints (2012) would follow with HÃ¥kansson and Moilanen replaced by Steve Drennan and Jimmy Olausson respectively. Raven Kings (2014) would feature Oscar Nilsson on drums.

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Nation Sweden
City Gothenburg
Promotional Address Unknown
Genre Death Metal
Reformations 1
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Active Years 2004-
E-Mail Unknown
RRCA File Code N/A
Diskery ID 1820


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