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'''Gandalf''' was a finnish 5-piece melodic death metal band formed in [[1993]]. Although their first work was pure death metal, later they changed their style into the so-called "Gothenburg" style with hard rock elements. They split up in [[2002]], having recorded two full-length albums.
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'''Gandalf''' was a Finnish 5-piece melodic death metal band formed in [[1993]]. Although their first work was pure death metal, later they changed their style into the so-called "Gothenburg" style with hard rock elements. They split up in [[2002]], having recorded two full-length albums.
  
 
==Members==
 
==Members==
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*Kimmo Aroluoma - Bass
 
*Kimmo Aroluoma - Bass
 
*Nalle Österman - Drums
 
*Nalle Österman - Drums
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===Former Members===
 
===Former Members===
 
*Santtu Sierilä (1994-97
 
*Santtu Sierilä (1994-97
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* [[1999]]: "Deadly Fairytales"
 
* [[1999]]: "Deadly Fairytales"
 
* [[2001]]: "Rock Hell"
 
* [[2001]]: "Rock Hell"
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
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Revision as of 15:03, 27 March 2011

The name Gandalf refers to more than one character, item or concept. For a list of other meanings, see Gandalf (disambiguation).

Gandalf was a Finnish 5-piece melodic death metal band formed in 1993. Although their first work was pure death metal, later they changed their style into the so-called "Gothenburg" style with hard rock elements. They split up in 2002, having recorded two full-length albums.

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Members

  • Jari Hurskainen - Vocals
  • Timo Nyberg - Guitar
  • Harri Hytönen - Guitar
  • Kimmo Aroluoma - Bass
  • Nalle Österman - Drums

Former Members

  • Santtu Sierilä (1994-97
  • Sami Vauhkonen (1997-99)
  • Toni Näykki (2000)
  • Niku (1993)
  • Tommi Launonen (1994)
  • Kirka Sainio (1995-99)
  • Mika "Gas Lipstick" Karppinen (1993)

Discography

  • 1999: "Deadly Fairytales"
  • 2001: "Rock Hell"

External links