Van Canto

Van Canto

A Cappella Metal Power Metal A Cappella Metal German
Van Canto is an a cappella metal band from Germany formed in 2006. It is comprised of five singers and a drummer. In 2006, the band released its debut album, A Storm to Come, through General Schallplatten. It features seven original tracks, as well as cover versions of Metallica's Battery and Stora Rövardansen from the movie Ronja Rövardotter. In 2008 the band released its second album, Hero which got re-released once in 2008 and then again in 2010. That latter features 10 tracks and was distributed through gun records. More Info »

Top Albums

  • Hero
    Hero
  • A Storm to Come
    A Storm to Come
  • Tribe of Force
    Tribe of Force
  • Speed of Light
    Speed of Light
  • Quest For Roar
    Quest For Roar

Van Canto. Artist Bio

Van Canto is an a cappella metal band from Germany formed in 2006. It is comprised of five singers and a drummer.

In 2006, the band released its debut album, A Storm to Come, through General Schallplatten. It features seven original tracks, as well as cover versions of Metallica's Battery and Stora Rövardansen from the movie Ronja Rövardotter.

In 2008 the band released its second album, Hero which got re-released once in 2008 and then again in 2010. That latter features 10 tracks and was distributed through gun records.

In 2010 the band changed its record label to napalm records and then released their third album, Tribe of Force which features a total of 13 tracks.

In 2011, they released their fourth and latest album, Break the Silence which features 13 tracks including 3 bonus tracks. Break the Silence was also released trough napalm records.

Current members:
Philip Dennis Schunke - lead male vocal
Inga Scharf - lead female vocal
Stefan Schmidt - lower "rakkatakka" vocals and "wahwah solo guitar" vocals
Ross Thompson - higher "rakkatakka" vocals
Ingo Sterzinger - lowest "dandan" voice chords
Bastian Emig - drums
Former member:
Dennis Strillinger - drums

www.vancanto.de

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