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Majestic (band)

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Majestic
Origin Malmo, Sweden
Genres Neo-classical metal
Power metal
Years active 1997–2001
Labels Massacre Records
Associated acts Silver Seraph, Time Requiem
Members Apollo Papathanasio
Richard Andersson
Martin Wezowski
Magnus Nordh
Peter Wildoer
Past members Jonas Blum
Peter Espinoza
Joel Linder

Majestic, formerly known as Lab Rat, was a neo-classical power metal band, founded in 1997 by Richard Andersson. They made two albums : Abstract Symphony (1999) and Trinity Overture (2000), under the label Massacre Records.

Discography

  • Abstract Symphony (1999)
    1. Golden Sea
    2. Losers Shades Of Hell
    3. Standing Alone
    4. Silence
    5. Crimson Sun
    6. Ceasefire
    7. Black Moon Rising
    8. Blood Of The Tail
    9. Shadows From Beyond
    10. Nitro Pitbull
    11. Seekers Battlefield
    12. Abstract Symphony (bonus
  • Trinity Overture (2000)
    1. Entering The Arena
    2. Voodoo Treasure
    3. The Rapture Of Canaan
    4. I’ll Shoot The Moon
    5. Resurrection
    6. Curtain Of Fire
    7. The Breath Of Horus
    8. Approaching The Storm
    9. Confusicus
    10. Trinity Overture

Last line-up[1]

  • Apollo Papathanasio (Vocals)
  • Richard Andersson (Keyboards)
  • Martin Wezowski (Bass)
  • Magnus Nordh (Guitars)
  • Peter Wildoer (Drums)

Former members

  • Peter Espinoza (Guitars) (1997–1999)
  • Jonas Blum (Vocals) (1997–1999)
  • Joel Linder (Drums) (1997–1999)

References

External links

  • Majestic at Allmusic
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