Iced Earth: The Glorious Burden-2004.

Iced Earth is an American heavy metal band formed in Tampa, Florida and currently based in Columbus, Indiana. They were formed in 1984 under the name the Rose, then Purgatory,[1] by guitarist and main songwriter Jon Schaffer and original drummer Greg Seymour. Iced Earth released their debut album in 1990 and have since released twelve studio albums, four EPs, three compilations, three box sets, three live albums and eleven music videos.

After releasing the demo EP Enter the Realm (1989) and signing to Century Media Records, the band released two full-length studio albums – Iced Earth (1990) and Night of the Stormrider (1991) – before taking a two-year hiatus from 1992 to 1994,[2] after which the band returned with new lead vocalist Matt Barlow. Iced Earth went on to release four studio albums with him in over half a decade: Burnt Offerings (1995), The Dark Saga (1996), Something Wicked This Way Comes (1998) and Horror Show (2001).

After Horror Show, Barlow quit the band and joined the police force,[3] while Iced Earth continued on with Tim “Ripper” Owens, formerly of Judas Priest, on vocals. With Owens, the band released two studio albums (2004’s The Glorious Burden and 2007’s Framing Armageddon). In late 2007, Barlow rejoined the band,[4] and they recorded one more album with him: The Crucible of Man (2008). In 2011, Barlow once again left Iced Earth,[5] and was replaced by Into Eternity frontman Stu BlockDystopia, Block’s first album with the group, was released that October; the album received a positive response, while some critics called it one of Iced Earth’s best albums.[6][7] The group recorded two more albums with Block: Plagues of Babylon (2014) and Incorruptible (2017).

Before arriving at their current lineup, Iced Earth has had numerous line-up changes, with founder Jon Schaffer as the only founding member remaining. As of 2021, there have been over thirty musicians in and out of Iced Earth since its formation in 1984.

The band is composed solely of Schaffer and drummer Brent Smedley, with all other band members having departed following Schaffer’s January 2021 arrest by the FBI for his involvement in the Capitol riots.[8][9] Schaffer is in FBI custody on felony charges, which has generated new publicity for Iced Earth and has resulted in the band being dropped from their longtime label Century Media.[10][11][12]

Formation and early years (1984–1989)

The central figure of Iced Earth is, and has been, guitarist Jon Schaffer, who formed the band on January 20, 1985,[13] in Tampa, Florida. Schaffer’s original vision for the band started under the moniker “The Rose” in 1984.[1]Guitarist Jon Schaffer, who founded the band in 1984, is the only remaining original member of Iced Earth.

The group was very short-lived, after which Schaffer formed a band called Purgatory, which would eventually change its name to Iced Earth.[1] Line-up changes were common within the band, with Schaffer staying as the only constant member. The group recorded a demo in 1985, titled Psychotic Dreams.[1] In 1988, Purgatory changed its name to Iced Earth.[1] According to Schaffer, a friend of his, who died in a motorcycle accident prior to Schaffer moving to Florida[1] was responsible for the name.[14] In 1989, Iced Earth recorded another demo called Enter the Realm, with the line-up of Gene Adam on vocals, Randall Shawver on lead guitar, Dave Abell on bass, Greg Seymour on drums and Schaffer on rhythm guitar and vocals.[15] All of the songs on Enter the Realm would later appear on the band’s debut album, with the exception of “Nightmares” and the title track.

Self-titled debut album and Night of the Stormrider (1990–1993)

After getting signed to Century Media Records, the band, now with Mike McGill on drums, started work on their debut album. Recorded at Morrisound Recording, with Tom Morris and Schaffer as producers,[16] Iced Earth was released in November 1990 in Europe and on February 25, 1991 in the US. Following the album’s release, Iced Earth toured across Europe with Blind Guardian.[17][18]

Following their self-titled debut, Iced Earth quickly began work on their second album. Prior to the recording process, singer Gene Adam was let go from the band after he refused to take singing lessons. Adam was subsequently replaced by John Greely, as was drummer McGill by Richey Secchiari.[19] The album, entitled Night of the Stormrider, was again recorded at Morrisound Recording, with Schaffer and Morris as producers. The album was released on November 11, 1991, in Europe, but in the US, the album’s release was delayed until April 1992, so it wouldn’t compete with the group’s debut album. Following Night of the Stormrider’s release, Iced Earth again toured Europe with Blind Guardian.[17][18]

Burnt Offerings and The Dark Saga (1994–1997)

Following the supporting tour for Night of the Stormrider, Iced Earth entered a two-year hiatus from 1992 to 1994.[2] During this downtime, the band was faced with issues that almost resulted in them breaking up,[2][20] but eventually Iced Earth resurfaced with Burnt Offerings.[2] Heralded as Iced Earth’s heaviest album,[2] Burnt Offerings was released on April 14, 1995,[21] and was the band’s first album to feature drummer Rodney Beasley and vocalist Matthew Barlow.Matt Barlow joined the band for 1995’s Burnt Offerings. He would record three more albums with Iced Earth before his first departure from the band in 2003.

In January 1996, Iced Earth began recording their fourth studio album, this time with Tom Morris’ brother Jim Morris acting as co-producer, along with Schaffer.[22] The album was also the first to feature drummer Mark Prator, and the last to feature longtime bassist Dave Abell, who left the group after finishing recording. Although Abell was credited for playing on the album, bassist Keith Menser appears on the back cover, because Century Media demanded the touring line-up to appear on the cover. Menser was fired after he didn’t learn any of the band’s songs for the tour, so he was soon replaced by James MacDonough. Mark Prator was also let go from the band, and was subsequently replaced by Brent Smedley. Released on May 23, 1996, The Dark Saga was a concept album based on the comic book character Spawn.[22] Musically the album was much more melodic and simplified compared to previous Iced Earth albums.[22] For the supporting tour, Iced Earth was joined by Nevermore.[17]

On April 21, 1997, Iced Earth released their first compilation album: Days of Purgatory. The album featured songs from their first two albums, as well as the Enter the Realm demo, resung by Matt Barlow, with new drums and bass on some tracks as well. The album also featured a few songs from Burnt Offerings, remixed and remastered.

Something Wicked This Way Comes and Alive in Athens (1998–1999)

In March 1998, work began on the band’s fifth studio album, with Jim Morris returning as the producer.[23] Prior to the recording process, long-time guitarist Randall Shawver left the group. Guitarist Larry Tarnowski handled lead guitar duties on the album, but wasn’t credited as a full-time member of the band, but as a session musician. Brent Smedley was also unable to play on the album, due to personal reasons,[24] and was temporarily replaced by Mark Prator, whom Smedley had originally replaced in 1996. Released on June 17, 1998, Something Wicked This Way Comes was notable for featuring the debut of Schaffer’s Something Wicked Saga,[23] which he would expand upon on future albums. While on the supporting tour for Something Wicked This Way Comes (with Brent Smedley back on drums), the band recorded their first live album in Athens, Greece on January 23 and 24, 1999.[25] Entitled Alive in Athens, the three CD set was recorded in front of a sold-out audience (both nights) at the Rodon Club.[25] The album was released on July 19, 1999.

Also in 1999, the band released The Melancholy E.P.. Originally conceived as a radio-only single, the EP contained three previously released songs (“Melancholy (Holy Martyr)”, “Watching Over Me” and “I Died for You”), as well as two new ones (cover versions of Bad Company‘s “Shooting Star” and Black Sabbath‘s “Electric Funeral”).[26] However, Century Media Records did not end-up releasing the EP, so it was made available for fans as a limited 1500-copy special release.[26]

Horror Show and The Glorious Burden (2000–2004)

In 2000, work began on Iced Earth’s sixth studio album. Entitled Horror Show, the album contained songs based on horror films and literature, such as DraculaThe Phantom of the Opera and the Wolf Man.[27] Released on June 26, 2001, the album was the band’s first to feature drummer Richard Christy, and the third with guitarist Larry Tarnowski (now a full-time member). Originally Steve di Giorgio played bass on the album, but left the group after the recording process.[28] According to Schaffer, Di Giorgio was required and agreed to go on tour, but left due to “prior commitments”.[29] He was replaced by James MacDonough. Horror Show was also the first Iced Earth album to be partially recorded at Schaffer’s home studio “Schaffer Sound”.[27]

On November 26, 2001 (March 5, 2002 in America) the band released the boxset Dark Genesis, which featured the band’s first three albums plus the Enter the Realm -demo, remastered and remixed with new cover art.[30] The set also featured a new album, entitled Tribute to the Gods. It was Iced Earth’s seventh studio album, featuring songs from such bands as Iron MaidenKiss and Blue Öyster Cult.

After the events of 9/11, Matt Barlow came to the conclusion that he wanted to start contributing to the “real world”.[3] Barlow approached Schaffer with this in late 2002, but Schaffer convinced Barlow to stay with the band. When Iced Earth began recording their next studio album, Schaffer realized that Barlow’s vocals were not what he desired; he felt that they lacked passion and quality, so he decided to let Barlow go after all.[3] Barlow became a police officer in the Georgetown Police Dept. in Georgetown, Delaware.[3]

After Barlow’s departure, Iced Earth continued work on their next album, and eventually Schaffer got Tim “Ripper” Owens, from Judas Priest, to sing on the record as a favor.[31] Owens, who was still in Judas Priest at the time, was originally supposed to be credited as a guest musician, but after singer Rob Halford rejoined Judas Priest, Owens joined Iced Earth full-time.[31] Prior to the recording process, Tarnowski was let go from the band, so the lead guitar parts on the album were played by producer Jim Morris and session guitarist Ralph Santolla.

Prior to the album’s release, Iced Earth released The Reckoning.[32] The single contained four songs off the new album, that the band felt were most likely to get radio airplay.[32] The Glorious Burden was released on January 12, 2004, in Europe and on January 13, in the United States. Much like how Horror Show was based on horror films and literature, The Glorious Burden was inspired by historical events.[33] It was also the band’s first album with their new record company SPV. Following the supporting tour, James MacDonough left Iced Earth to join Megadeth.[34]

Framing Armageddon and The Crucible of Man (2005–2010)

After The Glorious Burden, work began on the group’s next album, which would be an expanded concept album on the “Something Wicked” storyline from Something Wicked This Way Comes. Before starting work on the album, Iced Earth was faced with multiple line-up changes. In July 2006, Ernie Carletti was chosen as the group’s new lead guitar player, but after being faced with rape and kidnapping charges,[35] he was replaced by Tim Mills.[36] Incidentally, Mills was also forced to leave Iced Earth in order to concentrate on his own business, “Bare Knuckle Pickups“.[37] In October 2006, Brent Smedley rejoined Iced Earth again, replacing Richard Christy on the drums.[38] Because the band were left without a bassist and lead guitar player, Schaffer ended up performing most of the lead guitar and bass parts on the album (although some tracks featured playing from producer Jim Morris, guitarist Troy Seele and bassist Dennis Hayes) In May 2007, Seele was announced as a permanent member of the band,[39] as was Dennis Hayes two months earlier.[40]

Before releasing the full-length album, Iced Earth released the EP Overture of the Wicked, which featured re-recorded versions of the original “Something Wicked Trilogy” as well as a brand new track, entitled “Ten Thousand Strong“.[41] Framing Armageddon: Something Wicked Part 1 was released on September 7, 2007, in Germany, September 10, in the rest of Europe, and on September 11, in the United States.

In December 2007, it was announced that Barlow would be rejoining Iced Earth after five years.[4] Following his return, work continued on Iced Earth’s next album, originally titled Revelation Abomination: Something Wicked Part 2.[42] Majority of the album’s music had been recorded at the same time as Framing Armageddon, and originally Schaffer had planned to finish the album after the end of 2007.[43] However work on the album had to be pushed back, due to Barlow’s prior commitments to his other band, Pyramaze.[43] In early 2008, it was announced that Dennis Hayes had been replaced by bassist Freddie Vidales.[44]

Before releasing their next full-length album, Iced Earth released the single I Walk Among You which contained a new song from the forthcoming album, as well as two song from Framing Armageddon, resung by Barlow. After being retitled The Crucible of Man: Something Wicked Part 2, Iced Earth’s tenth studio album was released in September 2008. After The Crucible of Man, the band released Box of the Wicked, in early 2010.[45] The boxset contained Framing Armageddon: Something Wicked Part 1The Crucible Of Man: Something Wicked Part 2, the Overture of the Wicked EP and the I Walk Among You single, as well as a bonus CD, containing one song from Framing Armageddon, now with Barlow on lead vocals, as well as three previously unreleased live tracks from the Graspop Metal Meeting festival in 2008.[45] The boxset also included a poster and a booklet.[45] Also in early 2010, Iced Earth signed a new contract with their former record company, Century Media Records.[46]

Dystopia (2011–2012)

In March 2011, Barlow issued a statement on Iced Earth’s official website, stating that he was retiring from the band due to family commitments, among other things.[5] Barlow still took part in the band’s 2011 summer tour,[5] and played his final show with Iced Earth on August 6, 2011, at the Wacken Open Air festival in Germany. Shortly after announcing Barlow’s departure, Iced Earth revealed that Into Eternity frontman Stu Block had been chosen as the band’s new lead vocalist.[47] With Block now on board, Iced Earth began recording their next studio album in May 2011.[48]

On June 27, 2011, the band released the DVD Festivals of the Wicked, which featured shows from Metal Camp Open Air (2008), the Rock Hard Festival (2008) and Wacken Open Air (2007). On September 7, 2011, Iced Earth released a re-recorded version of the song “Dante’s Inferno“, from the album Burnt Offerings.[49] The band’s new album Dystopia was released on October 17, 2011 in Europe and October 18 in the United States. While not a concept album, many of the album’s songs were inspired by dystopian themes and films such as V for VendettaDark City and Equilibrium.[50] Two songs (“Dystopia” and “Tragedy and Triumph”) also featured the return of the “Something Wicked” storyline.[50] After the Dystopia‘s release, Iced Earth kicked off the Dystopia World Tour, which was heralded as “the most extensive world tour Iced Earth has ever undertaken”[50][51] and that it would take the band “to countries it has never previously played”.

On April 10, 2012, it was announced that Freddie Vidales had left Iced Earth.[52] He was subsequently replaced by Luke Appleton from Fury UK.[52] On August 19, 2012, Iced Earth recorded a new live CD/DVD in Cyprus, entitled Live in Ancient Kourion.[52]

Plagues of Babylon and Incorruptible (2013–2019)

Iced Earth began writing new material for their twelfth studio album in early 2013. Drummer Smedley left the band in May 2013 due to personal reasons.[53] Raphael Saini therefore played drums on the album, titled Plagues of Babylon, as well as filling in on tour until Jon Dette took over on drums in November 2013. The album was released in January 2014, reaching position #5 on the German Media Control Charts, which is band’s highest chart position in their entire career.[54][55][56]

On April 7, 2015, following a period of inactivity as a result of Schaffer requiring cervical fusion surgery, the band announced that Iced Earth would begin writing for their 13th studio album. The announcement also revealed that drummer Smedley had rejoined the band, replacing Dette, and that the new album was to be tentatively titled The Judas Goat, with an expected release date and subsequent touring cycle in early 2016.[57] In August 2016 lead guitarist Troy Seele announced his departure from the band citing family reasons.[58] He was replaced on September 25, 2016 by Jake Dreyer.[59]

On December 6, 2016, Schaffer spoke in an interview with Fernando Bonenfant from Metal Wani and announced that the new album would be called Incorruptible, originally due for release in May 2017.[60] On March 13, 2017, the band confirmed that they had completed work on the album for a mid-June release.[61] On April 6, the artwork was revealed with the album being set for a June 16 release.[62] The release of the album also full-filled the band’s second deal with Century Media Records.[63]

On October 26, 2018, it was revealed that Jon Schaffer had recruited previous Iced Earth members Gene Adam (vocals) and Bill Owen (lead guitar); along with guests Jim Morris (lead guitar), Ruben Drake (bass guitar), and Mark Prator (drums); to form Jon Schaffer’s Purgatory, taking the name from the precursor to Iced Earth. The band had re-recorded old pre-Iced Earth demos, including (in their original form) tracks that were later re-recorded for Iced Earth releases. This EP, titled Purgatory, was released in December 2018.

Iced Earth’s 1989 demo Enter the Realm was released on CD and vinyl for the first time on April 12, 2019, exactly 30 years after its original release.[64]

Planned thirteenth studio album, Schaffer’s arrest and line-up changes (2020–present)

In a Facebook Live chat that took place on April 14, 2020, Schaffer confirmed that, after “a little bit of time off”, Iced Earth would start working on their thirteenth studio album for a spring 2021 release. He stated: “Everything is a little bit up in the air right now. Even working on a new Iced Earth album is gonna be challenging until we see how all this plays out, because it’s an international band. Stu‘s in Canada and Luke is in the U.K., so that makes it even more difficult for travel…the biggest issue now is logistics of actually getting together to do it, because we’re an international band. If we lived in the same town or even in the same country, it would make things a lot easier. But we will [get around to making a new album], and there will be a time for that, no doubt. To say when that’s gonna be, my plan was to focus on it in the back half of this year and have a release in spring of 2021. But the world’s flipped upside down and has gotten pretty weird lately.”[65]

In early January 2021, Schaffer appeared on the Most Wanted section of the FBI after being photographed taking part of the 2021 storming of the United States Capitol.[66] On January 9, Block posted a message via his personal Instagram account on behalf of the rest of the band members regarding Schaffer’s situation:[67]

“Some of you have been concerned by our silence, which we understand. We needed some time to properly process the information and find out some facts before we made a statement. First and foremost we absolutely DO NOT condone nor do we support riots or the acts of violence that the rioters were involved in on January 6th at the US Capitol building. We hope that all those involved that day are brought to justice to be investigated and answer for their actions.”[68]

On January 17, it was announced that Schaffer was in FBI custody, on six felony charges, after turning himself in to authorities.[69] Iced Earth and Demons & Wizards were both later dropped from Century Media due to these events.[12] On February 15, 2021, vocalist Stu Block and bassist Luke Appleton both announced their resignation from the band as a result of the event.[8] On the same day, Jake Dreyer also announced his departure, stating that he would be focusing on his band Witherfall.[9] Only Schaffer and drummer Brent Smedley remain.

Schaffer entered a guilty plea on April 16, 2021 and was granted sponsorship for United States Federal Witness Protection Program.[70][71]

Discography:

Enter the RealmDemo1989
Iced EarthFull-length1990
Night of the StormriderFull-length1991
Burnt OfferingsFull-length1995
The Dark SagaFull-length1996
Days of PurgatoryCompilation1997
Border of Reality / Something Wicked This Way ComesSplit1998 
Something Wicked This Way ComesFull-length1998
The Melancholy E.P.EP1999
Alive in AthensLive album1999
Horror ShowFull-length2001
Dark GenesisBoxed set2001
Tribute to the GodsFull-length2002
The ReckoningEP2003
The Glorious BurdenFull-length2004
The Blessed and the DamnedCompilation2004
Gettysburg (1863)Video2005
Alive in AthensVideo2006
Iced Earth / Type O Negative / EngelSplit2007 
Overture of the WickedSingle2007
Framing Armageddon (Something Wicked – Part 1)Full-length2007
Slave to the DarkBoxed set2008
Enter the Realm of the GodsCompilation2008
I Walk Among YouSingle2008
The Crucible of Man (Something Wicked – Part 2)Full-length2008
Box of the WickedBoxed set2010 
Festivals of the WickedVideo2011 
Dante’s Inferno 2011Single2011
5 SongsEP2011 
DystopiaFull-length2011
Live in Ancient KourionLive album2013
The Plagues EPEP2013 
Plagues of BabylonFull-length2014
The Culling / DemocideSingle2014 
IncorruptibleFull-length2017
The Chronicles of DarknessCompilation2017 
1990-1996: Cassette CollectionBoxed set2019 
I Died for YouSingle2020 
Burnt OfferingsSingle2020 
Curse the SkySingle2020 
Pure EvilSingle2020 
Reaping StoneSingle2020 
StormriderSingle2020 
DraculaSingle2020 
Black FlagSingle2021 
Creatures of the NightSingle2021 
Jon Schaffer
Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (1988-present)
See also: Purgatory, ex-Demons & Wizards, ex-Schaffer / Barlow Project, ex-Sons of Liberty, ex-The Rose
Brent Smedley
Drums (1996-1997, 1998-1999, 2006-2013, 2015-present)
See also: Eternal Odyssey, ex-Sons of Liberty (live), ex-Prodigy, Out of Darkness, ex-Tempest Reign

Past Members:

Dave AbellBass (1988-1996)
See also: ex-Knights of Tethys, ex-Unearthed, ex-Purgatory, ex-Seventh Servant, ex-The Harlot
Greg SeymourDrums (1988-1989)
See also: ex-Innersanctum, ex-Sanctum, ex-Purgatory
Randy ShawverGuitars (lead) (1988-1998)
See also: ex-Yuhrott, ex-Alloyd Witch
Gene AdamVocals (1988-1991)
See also: Purgatory, Jacob’s Well, ex-Unearthed, ex-Atomik Cocktail
Mike McGillDrums (1989-1991)
Richey SecchiariDrums (1991-1992)
John GreelyVocals (1991-1993)
See also: Bloody TimesSeventh Servant, ex-Avoiding X, ex-Brutus, ex-Chronic, ex-Quazmodo, ex-Razor’s Edge, ex-Synn, ex-Tribunal
Rodney BeasleyDrums (1992-1995)
See also: ex-Steel Angel
Matt BarlowVocals (1993-2003, 2007-2011)
See also: Ashes of Ares, ex-Cauldron, ex-Schaffer / Barlow Project, First State Force Band, Matt Barlow / Jonah Weingarten, ex-Pyramaze
Mark PratorDrums (1995-1996, 1997-1998)
See also: ex-Levitation, ex-Millenium, John Wesley, ex-Sebastian Bach (live), ex-Autodrive, ex-Ralph Santolla
James MacDonoughBass (1996-2000, 2001-2004)
See also: ex-Mad Axe, ex-Prodigy, ex-Megadeth, ex-Nevermore (live), ex-Strapping Young Lad (live), ex-Brutal Assault, ex-Delta 9, ex-Invader
Keith MenserBass (1996)
See also: Mystic-Force, ex-Twilight Kingdom, ex-Delusion, Human Entity, ex-Images of Eden, ex-Perseverance, ex-Stratospheres, ex-Treason
Larry TarnowskiGuitars (lead) (1998-2003)
See also: ex-Dreamscape
Richard ChristyDrums (2000-2004)
See also: Böar GlüeCharred Walls of the DamnedMonument of Bones, ex-Burning Inside, ex-Control Denied, ex-Death, ex-Tiwanaku, ex-Incantation (live), ex-Wykked Wytch (live), ex-Acheron, ex-Leash Law, ex-Public Assassin, ex-Demons & Wizards (live), ex-Caninus, ex-Bung Dizeez (live), ex-Syzygy (live)
Tim OwensVocals (2003-2007)
See also: Beyond FearCharred Walls of the DamnedSpirits of FireThe Three TremorsTim Ripper Owens, ex-Brainicide, A New Revenge, Dio Disciples, KK’s Priest, TRED, ex-Judas Priest, ex-Killing Machine, ex-Winters Bane, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen, ex-Carthagods (live), ex-Twist of Fate, ex-Arena, ex-British Steel, ex-Hail!, ex-Seattle, ex-Soulbender, ex-Trinity, ex-American Dog (live)
Bobby JarzombekDrums (2004-2006)
See also: Fates WarningHalfordPainmuseumSebastian BachZierlerSpastic Ink, ex-Happy Kitties, The Foundry, ex-Arch / Matheos, ex-Juggernaut, ex-Riot V, ex-Rob Rock, ex-Blaze Bayley (live), ex-John West, ex-Cheap Evil, ex-Dirty Water, ex-Jack Ruby, ex-Tarrot, ex-Winterkat
James “Bo” WallaceBass (2006-2007)
See also: ex-Ma Kelley
Ernie CarlettiGuitars (lead) (2006)
See also: ex-Ernie Carletti, ex-Naughty Naughty, ex-Slik Helvetika
Tim MillsGuitars (lead) (2006-2007)
See also: ex-Shea, ex-Civilization One, ex-Elkie Brooks
Troy SeeleGuitars (lead) (2007-2016)
See also: ex-Sons of Liberty (live), ex-Ma Kelley, ex-Sindacato, ex-The Why Store
Freddie VidalesBass (2008-2012)
See also: Ashes of Ares, ex-Infusion, ex-Sons of Liberty (live)
Stu BlockVocals (2011-2021)
See also: ex-Into Eternity, ex-Omega Crom
Luke AppletonBass (2012-2021)
See also: AbsolvaBlaze Bayley (live), Fury UK
Raphael SainiDrums (2013)
See also: Cripple Bastards, ex-Blu Infinito, ex-Chaoswave, ex-Machescazo, ex-We Are Building Ruins, ex-Abomination (live), Brutal Philosophy, BillyBio (live), ex-Corpsefucking Art, ex-Emergency Gate, ex-Jaded Star, ex-One Machine, ex-Master (live), ex-Visions of Atlantis (live), ex-Abiura, ex-Misbelieving, ex-Africani Sdronzi, ex-Arythmia
Jake DreyerGuitars (lead) (2016-2021)
See also: Jake DreyerWitherfall, ex-Demons & Wizards (live), ex-DeadRingers Guild, ex-White Wizzard, ex-Kobra and the Lotus (live), ex-DeathRiders

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