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Horizon (band)

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Horizon (band)

Origin Germany
Genres Power metal
Progressive metal
Years active 1998–2006
Labels Massacre Records
King Records (Japan)

Horizon was a German progressive metal/power metal band.


Horizon was formed in 1998 by drummer Krissy Friedrich and guitarist Patrick Hemer.
After a self-produced debut, they were introduced to [6] but this album never saw the light of the day. Although no official break-up has ever been announced, “Worlds Apart” remains the last recording of the band to date.
Today, Patrick Hemer seems to be the only former member of Horizon to pursue an active musical career as a studio musician, guitar clinician and solo artist. [7]


  • Patrick Hemer - guitar, vocals
  • Bruno J. Frank - bass, background vocals
  • Vinnie Angelo - keyboards, background vocals (1999–2002)
  • JP “Giam” Giraldi - keyboards, background vocals (2003–2005)
  • Krissy Friedrich - drums, background vocals


External links

  • Patrick Hemer on MySpace [8]
  • Patrick Hemer Official Website [9]


  • Revolution Music [10]
  • Horizon “Rising Stars” Q&A on Get Ready To Rock! [11]
  • Horizon biography on Spirit Of Metal [12]
  • The Streets webzine : Patrick Hemer interview [13]
  • Power Of Metal : Patrick Hemer interview [14]
  • Lords Of Metal : Krissy Friedrich interview [15]
  • Rock United news [16]
  • Massacre Records Horizon page [17]
  • Rock Hard Magazine (Germany) march 2002
  • Burrn! Magazine (Japan)
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