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Saltatio Mortis

Saltatio Mortis
Saltatio Mortis (2009)
Background information
Origin Mannheim, Germany
Genres Medieval metal
Folk metal
Gothic metal
Folk rock
Folk punk
Punk rock
Neo-medieval music
Power metal (later)
Neue Deutsche Härte (early)
Years active 2000 - present
Labels Napalm Records
Website Official website
Members Alea der Bescheidene
Bruder Frank
El Silbador
Falk Irmenfried von Hasen-Mümmelstein
Lasterbalk der Lästerliche
Till Promill
Jean Méchant
Luzi das L
Past members Die Fackel
Dominor der Filigrane
Ungemach der Missgestimmte
Mik El Angelo
Thoron Trommelfeuer
Cordoban der Verspielte
Samoel

Saltatio Mortis is a German medieval metal group. The latin name means "dance of death".,[1] it's an allusion to the Danse Macabre, and a motto of the band is: "He who dances does not die."

Members

  • Alea der Bescheidene - vocals, bagpipes, didgeridoo, guitar, shawms
  • Lasterbalk der Lästerliche - drums, davul and other percussion
  • Falk Irmenfried von Hasen-Mümmelstein - bagpipes, vocals, hurdy-gurdy, shawms
  • El Silbador - bagpipes, shawms, smallpipes, uillean pipes and other pipes
  • Bruder Frank - bass guitars, electric upright Chapman Stick, guitar
  • Till Promill - guitars
  • Jean Mechant der Tambour - drums, piano, guitar, vocals
  • Luzi das L - pipes, shawms

Discography

Studio albums

Live albums

Singles

  • 2003: "Falsche Freunde"
  • 2005: "Salz der Erde"
  • 2009: "Ebenbild"
  • 2011: "Hochzeitstanz"
  • 2013: "Früher War Alles Besser", Napalm Records
  • 12 July 2013: "Wachstum über alles", Napalm Records
  • 2015: "Wo Sind Die Clowns"

DVDs

References

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External links


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