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Rising Force

Album: ''Rising Force'' (1984)
1. Black Star
2. Far Beyond the Sun
3. Now Your Ships Are Burned
4. Evil Eye
5. Icarus' Dream Suite Op. 4
6. As Above, So Below
7. Little Savage
8. Farewell

Marching Out

Album: ''Marching Out'' (1985)
1. Prelude (instrumental)
2. I'll See the Light, Tonight
3. Don't Let It End
4. Disciples of Hell
5. I Am a Viking
6. Overture 1383 (instrumental)
7. Anguish and Fear
8. On the Run Again
9. Soldier without Faith
10. Caught in the Middle
11. Marching Out (instrumental)


Album: ''I'm A Viking'' (1985 Single)
1. I'm A Viking
2. Don't Let It End

Rising Force Studio / Live

Album: ''Rising Force Studio / Live '85'' (1985 Single)
1. I'll See the Light Tonight
2. Far Beyond the Sun *
3. I'm a Viking

Rising Force Live

Album: ''Rising Force Live '85'' (1985 Video/VHS)
1. I'll See the Light, Tonight
2. As Above, So Below
3. Don't Let It End
4. Far Beyond the Sun
5. On the Run Again
6. Anguish and Fear
7. Icarus' Dream excerpt
8. I Am a Viking
9. Kree Nakoorie
10. Guitar Solo
11. Disciples of Hell
12. Hiroshima Mon Amour
13. Black Star
14. Jet to Jet


Album: ''Trilogy'' (1986)
1. You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget
2. Liar
3. Queen in Love
4. Crying (instrumental)
5. Fury
6. Fire
7. Magic Mirror
8. Dark Ages
9. Trilogy Suite Op:5 (instrumental)


Album: ''Fire'' (1986 Single)
1. Fire
2. Cryin'


Album: ''Odyssey'' (1988)
1. Rising Force
2. Hold On
3. Heaven Tonight
4. Dreaming (Tell Me)
5. Bite the Bullet (instrumental)
6. Riot in the Dungeons
7. Deja Vu
8. Crystal Ball
9. Now Is the Time
10. Faster than the Speed of Light
11. Krakatau (instrumental)
12. Memories (instrumental)

Heaven Tonight

Album: ''Heaven Tonight'' (1988 EP)
1. Heaven Tonight
2. Riot In The Dungeons
3. Rising Force
4. Trilogy Opus Suite 5

Trial by Fire: Live in Leningrad

Album: ''Trial by Fire: Live in Leningrad'' (1989 Live album)
1. Liar
2. Queen in Love
3. Deja Vu
4. Far Beyond the Sun
5. Heaven Tonight
6. Dreaming (Tell Me)
7. You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget
8. Guitar Solo (Trilogy Suite Op:5/ Spasebo Blues)
9. Crystal Ball
10. Black Star
11. Spanish Castle Magic (LP version)

Live In Leningrad: Trial by Fire

Album: ''Live In Leningrad: Trial by Fire'' (1989 Video/VHS)
1. Rising Force
2. Liar
3. Queen in Love
4. Deja Vu
5. You Don't
6. Remember
7. Crystal Ball
8. Far Beyond the Sun
9. Dreaming
10. Fury
11. Guitar Solo (Trilogy Suite; Spasebo Blues
12. Heaven Tonight
13. Riot in the Dungeons
14. Black Star
15. Spanish Castle Magic


Album: ''Eclipse'' (1990)
1. Making Love
2. Bedroom Eyes
3. Save Our Love
4. Motherless Child
5. Devil in Disguise
6. Judas
7. What Do You Want
8. Demon Driver
9. Faultline
10. See You in Hell (Don't Be Late)
11. Eclipse (instrumental)

Making Love

Album: ''Making Love'' (1990 Single)
1. Making Love (Single Edit)
2. Making Love (Extended Guitar Mix)
3. Eclipse*

The Yngwie Malmsteen Collection

Album: ''The Yngwie Malmsteen Collection'' (1991 Best of/Compilation)
1. Black Star
2. Far Beyond the Sun
3. I'll See the Light, Tonight
4. You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget
5. Liar
6. Queen in Love
7. Hold On
8. Heaven Tonight
9. Déjà Vu
10. Guitar Solo (Trilogy Suite/Spasebo Blues)
11. Spanish Castle Magic (Jimi Hendrix cover)
12. Judas
13. Making Love (with extended guitar solo)
14. Eclipse

Album: ''Fire & Ice'' (1992)
1. Perpetual (instrumental)
2. Dragonfly
3. Teaser
4. How Many Miles to Babylon
5. Cry No More
6. No Mercy
7. C'est la Vie
8. Leviathan (instrumental)
9. Fire and Ice
10. Forever Is a Long Time
11. I'm My Own Enemy
12. All I Want Is Everything
13. Golden Dawn (instrumental)
14. Final Curtain
15. Broken Glass (bonus track)


Album: ''Dragonfly'' (1992 Single)
1. Dragonfly

Yngwie Malmsteen Collection

Album: ''Yngwie Malmsteen Collection'' (1992 Video/VHS)
1. Black Star
2. Far Beyond the Sun
3. I'll See the Light, Tonight
4. You Don't Remember
5. Heaven Tonight
6. Liar
7. Queen in Love
8. Deja Vu
9. Guitar Solo (Trilogy Suite; Spasebo Blues)
10. Spanish Castle Magic
11. Making Love
12. Save Our Love
13. Bedroom Eyes

The Seventh Sign

Album: ''The Seventh Sign'' (1994)
1. Never Die
2. I Don't Know
3. Meant to Be
4. Forever One
5. Hairtrigger
6. Brothers (instrumental)
7. The Seventh Sign
8. Bad Blood
9. Prisoner of Your Love
10. Pyramid of Cheops
11. Crash and Burn
12. Sorrow (instrumental)
13. Angel in Heat (bonus track)

Power and Glory

Album: ''Power and Glory'' (1994 EP)
1. Takada's Theme (complete)
2. Takada's Theme (stadium edit)
3. The Seventh Sign

Live At Budokan

Album: ''Live At Budokan'' (1994 Video/VHS)
1. Toccata (J.S. Bach)
2. Never Die
3. Bedroom Eyes
4. Rising Force
5. Bad Blood
6. Forever One
7. Interview I
8. Pyramid of Cheops
9. Drum Solo
10. Seventh Sign
11. Guitar Solo
12. Interview II
13. You Don't Remember
14. Keyboard Solo
15. Brothers
16. Crash and Burn
17. Heaven Tonight
18. Interview III
19. Black Star
20. I'll See the Light Tonight
21. Forever One (promotional video)

Magnum Opus

Album: ''Magnum Opus'' (1995)
1. Vengeance
2. No Love Lost
3. Tomorrow's Gone
4. The Only One
5. I'd Die without You
6. Overture 1622 (instrumental)
7. Voodoo
8. Cross the Line
9. Time Will Tell
10. Fire in the Sky
11. Amberdawn (instrumental)
12. Cantabile (bonus track)


Album: ''Inspiration'' (1996 Best of/Compilation)
1. Carry on my Wayward Son [Kansas]
2. Pictures of Home [Deep Purple]
3. Gates of Babylon [Rainbow]
4. Manic Depression [Jimi Hendrix]
5. In the Dead of Night [U.K.]
6. Mistreated [Deep Purple]
7. The Sails of Charon [Scorpions]
8. Demon's Eye [Deep Purple]
9. Anthem [Rush]
10. Child in Time [Deep Purple]
11. Spanish Castle Magic [Jimi Hendrix] (Bonus Track)

Facing the Animal

Album: ''Facing the Animal'' (1997)
1. Braveheart
2. Facing the Animal
3. Enemy
4. Sacrifice
5. Like an Angel - For April
6. My Resurrection
7. Another Time
8. Heathens from the North
9. Alone in Paradise
10. End of My Rope
11. Only the Strong
12. Poison in Your Veins
13. Air on a Theme (instrumental)
14. Casting Pearls before the Swine (bonus track)

Yngwie Malmsteen LIVE!!

Album: ''Yngwie Malmsteen LIVE!!'' (1998 Live album)
1. My Resurrection
2. Facing the Animal
3. Rising Force
4. Bedroom Eyes
5. Far Beyond the Sun
6. Like an Angel
7. Braveheart
8. Seventh Sign
9. Guitar solo (Trilogy Suite, Red House, Badinere)


Album: ''Alchemy'' (1999)
1. Blitzkrieg (instrumental)
2. Leonardo
3. Playing with Fire
4. Stand (The)
5. Wield My Sword
6. Blue (instrumental)
7. Legion of the Damned
8. Deamon Dance
9. Hanger 18, Area 51
10. Voodoo Nights
11. Asylum I: Asylum (instrumental)
12. Asylum II: Sky Euphoria(instrumental)
13. Asylum III: Quantum Leap(instrumental)
14. God Is God (Japanese bonus track)

War to End All Wars

Album: ''War to End All Wars'' (2000)
1. Prophet of Doom
2. Crucify
3. Bad Reputation
4. Catch 22
5. Masquerade
6. Molto Arpeggiosa (instrumental)
7. Miracle of Life
8. The Wizard
9. Preludium (instrumental)
10. Wild One
11. Tarot
12. Instru-mental Institution(instrumental)
13. War to End All Wars
14. Black Sheep of the Family

Best of Yngwie Malmsteen: 1990-1999

Album: ''Best of Yngwie Malmsteen: 1990-1999'' (2000 Best of/Compilation)
1. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
2. Never Die
3. Brothers
4. Seventh Sign
5. Vengeance
6. Voodoo
7. Facing the Animal
8. Like an Angel
9. Another Time
10. Rising Force (live)
11. Gates of Babylon (live)
12. Blue
13. Hanger 18, Area 51
14. Cavalino Rampante

Yngwie Malmsteen Video Clips

Album: ''Yngwie Malmsteen Video Clips'' (2000 Video/VHS)
1. Forever One
2. The Only One
3. Carry On A Wayward Son
4. Alone In Paradise
5. Like An Angel - For April
6. Hangar 18, Area 51

Anthology: 1994-1999

Album: ''Anthology: 1994-1999'' (2001 Best of/Compilation)
1. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
2. Never Die
3. Brothers
4. Seventh Sign
5. Crash and Burn
6. Vengeance
7. Fire in the Sky
8. Like an Angel - For April
9. My Resurrection
10. Another Time
11. Rising Force (live)
12. I'll See the Light, Tonight (live)
13. Wield My Sword
14. Hanger 18, Area 51
15. Flamenco Diablo
16. Amadeus Quattro Valvole


Album: ''Attack!!'' (2002)
1. Razor Eater
2. Rise Up
3. Valley Of The Kings
4. Ship Of Fools
5. Attack!!
6. Baroque & Roll (Instrumental)
7. Stronghold
8. Mad Dog
9. In The Name Of God
10. Freedom Isn't Free (Vocals: Yngwie)
11. Majestic Blue (Instrumental)
12. Valhalla
13. Touch The Sky
14. Iron Clad
15. Air (Instrumental, Theme by J.S.Bach)

Unleash the Fury

Album: ''Unleash the Fury'' (2005)
1. Locked & Loaded
2. Revolution
3. Winds Of War (Invasion)
4. Crown Of Thorns
5. The Bogeyman
6. Beauty And A Beast
7. Cracking The Whip
8. Fuguetta
9. Cherokee Warrior
10. Guardian Angel
11. Let The Good Times Roll
12. Revelation (Drinking With The Devil)
13. Magic And Mayhem (instrumental)
14. Exile
15. The Hunt
16. Russian Roulette
17. Unleash The Fury
18. Paraphrase (instrumental)

The Millennium Collection: The Best of Yngwie Malmsteen

Album: ''The Millennium Collection: The Best of Yngwie Malmsteen'' (2005 Best of/Compilation)
1. Black Star
2. Far Beyond The Sun
3. I'll See The Light, Tonight
4. Soldier Without Faith
5. You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget
6. Liar
7. Queen In Love
8. Trilogy Suite OP:5
9. Hold On
10. Heaven Tonight
11. Déjà Vu
12. Making Love (Extended Guitar Solo)

Far Beyond the Sun

Album: ''Far Beyond the Sun'' (2006 DVD)
1. I'll See The Light Tonight
2. Far Beyond the Sun
3. I Am a Viking
4. Kree Nakoorie
5. Hiroshima Mon Amour
6. Black Star
7. Jet to Jet
8. Rising Force
9. Liar
10. Queen in Love
11. Deja Vu
12. You don't Remember, I'll Never Forget
13. Crystal Ball
14. Guitar Solo (Trilogy Suite Op: 5/Spasebo Blues)
15. Heaven Tonight
16. Riot in the Dungeons

yngwie j. malmsteen


Yngwie Johann Malmsteen (born Lars Yngve Johann Lannerbäck, June 30, 1963) is a virtuoso guitarist from Sweden who achieved widespread acclaim in the 1980s for his technical proficiency and fusion of classical music elements with heavy rock guitar.

Born into a musical family in Stockholm, Yngwie was the youngest child in the family. At an early age, he showed little interest in music. It wasn't until September 18, 1970 when at age seven he saw a TV special on the death of Jimi Hendrix that Malmsteen became obsessed with the guitar. To quote his official website, "The day Jimi Hendrix died, the guitar-playing Yngwie was born".

Malmsteen was in his teens when he first encountered the music of the 19th-century violin virtuoso Niccolo Paganini, whom he cites as his biggest classical influence. It has been rumoured that Yngwie believes himself to be the reincarnation of the temperamental, often criticized, and widely misunderstood violinist from Genoa. Through his emulation of Paganini concerto pieces on guitar, Malmsteen developed a prodigious technical fluency. Malmsteen also cites Jimi Hendrix, Genesis, Uli Jon Roth, and Deep Purple as influences.

Malmsteen's contributions to the evolution of modern rock guitar, particularly his embracing of modal progressions and classically-influenced techniques not widely used in rock music, broke new ground and Malmsteen is often credited with the creation of the neoclassical metal genre, inspiring a new generation of virtuoso electric guitarists including Paul Gilbert and Tony MacAlpine.


In late 1982 Malmsteen was brought to the USA by Mike Varney of Shrapnel Records, who had heard a demo tape of Malmsteen's playing. Shrapnel is synonymous with the shred style of music. He had brief engagements with Steeler, for their self-titled album of 1983, then Alcatrazz, for their 1983 debut No Parole From Rock N' Roll, and the 1984 live album Live Sentence. He left Alcatrazz in 1984, replaced by Steve Vai, and began his solo career.

Malmsteen released his first solo album "Rising Force" (winner of Guitar Player Magazine's Best Rock Album and nominated for a 1984 Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental) which achieved #60 on the Billboard album chart. He was nominated for a Grammy and later Rising Force topped the charts at number 1. This was followed by "Marching Out" (1985). Jeff Scott Soto was the singer in the first two albums.

His third album, Trilogy, was released in 1986. In 1987, former Rainbow vocalist Joe Lynn Turner joined his band. That year, Malmsteen was in a serious car accident, smashing his Jaguar XKE into a tree and putting him in a coma for a week. Nerve damage to his right hand was reported. It was during his time in the hospital that Malmsteen's mother died from cancer.

In the summer of 1988 he released his fourth album, Odyssey. Odyssey would be his biggest hit album, mainly because of its first single "Heaven Tonight". Shows in Russia during the Odyssey tour were recorded, and released in 1989 as his fifth album Trial By Fire: Live in Leningrad. The concert in Leningrad was the largest ever by a western artist in the Soviet Union, and Malmsteen's record sales in Russia totalled 27 million.

In late 1988, his signature series Fender Stratocaster was released, making him the second artist so honored, after Eric Clapton.

Malmsteen's style "Neo-classical" became somewhat popular during the mid 1980s, with notable contemporaries such as Paul Gilbert, Marty Friedman, Tony MacAlpine and Vinnie Moore all reaching prominence after Yngwie. However, only Paul Gilbert claimed Yngwie as an influence, with MacAlpine coming to the neoclassical/shred field by applying his classical piano training to his guitar playing and Moore arriving at a similar style because he shared Yngwie's major influences, Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple and Al Di Meola, American jazz fusion great of Return to Forever fame.


In the early 1990s he released the albums Eclipse (1990), The Yngwie Malmsteen Collection (1991), Fire and Ice (1992) and The Seventh Sign (1994).

Despite his early success, and continuous success in Europe and Asia, by the early 1990s the gratuitous over-the-top stylings of 1980s heavy metal had become unfashionable in the USA. This was displaced by the Seattle grunge movement, where technical ability was replaced by simpler, more emotionally-driven songs. The grunge rock movement may have arisen in part as a backlash to the overly technical metal inspired by Malmsteen and his contemporaries, which despite its often impressive technique was regarded by many as ponderous, bland and self-indulgent.

In the 1990s, Malmsteen continued to record and release albums under the Japanese record label Pony Canyon, and maintained a devoted following in Europe and Japan, and to a lesser extent in the USA. In 2000, he once again acquired a contract with a US record label, Spitfire, and released his 1990s catalog into the US market for the first time, including what he regards as his masterpiece Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra, recorded with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Prague.


After the release of War to End All Wars in 2000, singer Mark Boals left the band. Yngwie went on tour with former Ark vocalist Jorn Lande. Due to various tensions on tour, Jorn left before the recording of Yngwie's next album, Attack!!. He was replaced by former Rainbow vocalist Doogie White. White's vocals were well received by fans, and it seems that he has become a permanent member of the band.

In 2003, Malmsteen joined Joe Satriani and Steve Vai, with whom he toured as part of the G3 supergroup.

Yngwie released Unleash the Fury in 2005. 'As stated in an issue of "Guitar World" magazine, he titled this album after the infamous 'airline incident', which occurred in a flight to Japan for the 'Odyssey' tour. He was drunk and was behaving obnoxiously, until he fell asleep and was roused by a woman dumping water on him. Enraged, he shouted, "You stupid bitch! You've unleashed the fockin fury!" The audio from this moment was caught on tape by a fellow band member.

He is married to April and has a son named Antonio after Antonio Vivaldi. A noted Ferrari enthusiast, he owns a black 1985 308 GTS[1] and a red 1962 250 GTO.[2] In recent years, Yngwie has given up both smoking and drinking. The Malmsteen family lives in Miami.

Specialized guitar

Aside from technical prowess, distinctions of Malmsteen's guitar style include a wide, violin-like vibrato inspired by classical violinists, and use of such minor scales as the Harmonic minor, and minor modes such as Phrygian, and Aeolian. Malmsteen cites the Fender Stratocaster and the single coil pickups (of which he uses his custom design by DiMarzio, which are actually a vertically-stacked humbucker mounted in a single coil housing Malmsteen sought to combine the tone of a single coil with the reduced noise of a humbucker) as being instrumental to his unique tone. The Malmsteen signature model Stratocaster made by Fender is based accurately upon this combination.

The guitars he uses are recognizable by the addition of a custom scalloped fretboard. This is similar to a regular fretboard, but with wood 'scalloped' or scooped away to form a concave shape in between the frets. Malmsteen allegedly conceived this design as a teenager while working in a music store in Stockholm, Sweden when he came across a 17th century lute with a scalloped neck using the raised wood as frets. However, this can also be viewed as an influence from Ritchie Blackmore, one of his most readily admitted idols, who also favors scalloped neck Fender Stratocasters. Malmsteen himself has said he learned most from Ritchie Blackmore's guitar riffs and solos as a beginning guitarist. Also, jazz-fusion guitarist John McLaughlin used scalloped fingerboards long before Malmsteen came on the scene.

Even for the experienced guitar player, the scalloped fingerboard proves very difficult to perform on, as there is no surface contact between finger and wood to aid in the feel of the vibrato motion. The strings of the guitar, when fretted, are easily pushed sharp and out of tune. The highly accurate, delicate yet controlled touch required to play properly with Malmsteen's modified Stratocaster is elusive for most, and an integral part of Malmsteen's technique.

Neoclassical Power Metal/Shred

Mostly instrumental, society, war, life, heroism

Sweden (Stockholm), formed in 1978

Sony / Epic (USA) / SPV (Europe)


Lars Yngwie Johann Lannerbach Malmsteen - Guitars (ex-Steeler (US), ex-Alcatrazz, ex-MVP, ex-3rd Stage Alert (guest))

Doogie White - Vocals (ex-Rainbow, Empire (Ger), Cornerstone, ex-Balance of Power, ex-Pink Cream 69, ex-Praying Mantis)
Derek Sherinian - Keyboards (ex-Dream Theater, Platypus, Planet X, ex-Section A, ex-All Too Human, Jughead, Alice Cooper, Kiss, Project Steiger)
Mike Cervino - Bass (Violent Storm)
Patrick Johansson - Drums (Without Grief, ex-Prey (Swe), ex-Chainwreck, Kinlin)

Mark Boals (Ring of Fire, Genius, ex-Empire (Ger))
Jeff Scott Soto (ex-Audiovision, Vinnie Vincent, Talisman, ex-Axel Rudi Pell, Kryst the Conqueror, ex-M.A.R.S., ex-Panther (US), Skräpp Mettle, ex-Takara)
Joe Lynn Turner (Joseph Linquito) (ex-Rainbow, ex-Deep Purple, ex-Cem Köksal)
Göran Edman (ex-Madison, Time Requiem, Xsavior, Brazen Abbot, Karmakanic, Vinnie Vincent Invasion)
Mike Vescera (ex-Killing Machine, The Reign of Terror, Obsession (US), Palace of Black, Safe Haven, Roland Grapow, ex-MVP, ex-Loudness, ex-Dr. Sin)
Mats Levén (Krux, ex-Southpaw, ex-Abstrakt Algebra, At Vance, Fatal Force, Therion (Swe), as guest in Audiovision, Sabbtail)
Jørn Lande - (ex-Masterplan, Allen / Lande, ex-Millenium (US), Mundanus Imperium, ex-Beyond Twilight, ex-Ark, The Snakes, Vagabond)

Svante Henrysson
Marcel Jacob (ex-Space Odyssey, ex-Highbrow, Talisman)
Bob Daisley (Rainbow, Ozzy Osbourne, ex-Black Sabbath , Planet Alliance, Dio, guest for Jorge Salan, Stream (US), Gary Moore, Uriah Heep, Mother's Army, Living Loud)
Barry Dunaway
Rudy Sarzo (ex-Ozzy Osbourne, Hear 'n Aid, M.A.R.S., ex-Quiet Riot, Dio, Whitesnake, Manic Eden, Dudes of Wrath)
Randy Coven (Ark, ex-Riot, MCM, ex-Holy Mother, ex-X-Mas Project, C.P.R., John Macaluso & Union Radio)
Barry Sparks (Guy Mann-Dude, Dokken, Cosmosquad, Roland Grapow, ex-Miloš Dodo Doležal, ex-MVP, M.S.G.)
John Levén (Europe)

Bo Werner
Jonas Östman - (Dark Illusion, ex-Gotham City, ex-Mental Hippie Blood)
Anders Johansson, The Johansson Brothers, ex-Silver Mountain, Hammerfall, Winterlong, ex-Empire (Ger), Jens Johansson, ex-Keegan , Planet Alliance)
Barrymore Barlow (Jethro Tull)
Tommy Aldridge (ex-Ozzy Osbourne, ex-Whitesnake, ex-Thin Lizzy, ex-Patrick Rondat, ex-Vinnie Moore, Manic Eden, Sykes, ex-Motörhead, Hear 'n Aid, M.A.R.S., Ted Nugent)
Michael Von Knorring
John Macaluso (Starbreaker, ex-Mullmuzzler, MCM, ex-Riot, ex-Holy Mother, ex-TNT (Nor), Masterlast, Powermad, Ark, Chris Caffery, John Macaluso & Union Radio)
Mike Terrana (Savage Circus, Artension, Axel Rudi Pell, ex-Rage (Ger), Roland Grapow, ex-Squealer (Ger), Hanover Fist, ex-session for Not Fragile, ex-Gamma Ray, Masterplan, Victor Smolski, ex-Metalium (Ger), Kiko Loureiro, ex-John West, Tony MacAlpine)
Cozy Powell (Glenn Tipton, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Tony Martin) (R.I.P. April 5 th 1998, car accident)
Peter Udd (ex-Glory Bell's Band)
Shane Gaalaas (ex-Artension, Cosmosquad, ex-Diesel (US) / Diesel Machine, ex-Miloš Dodo Doležal, M.S.G.)

Jens Johansson (Johansson, Silver Mountain, The Johansson Brothers, Stratovarius, ex-Dio, Mastermind (US), Adrián Barilari, guest, Russell Allen's Atomic Soul, guest)
Mats Olausson (ex-Silver Mountain, ex-Ark, MVP, Evil Masquerade guest, ex- Kamelot (live), Biscaya)
David Rosenthal (Hammerhead (Hol), Vinnie Moore, ex-Rainbow)
Joakim Svalberg
Nick Marinovich


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