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There are three bands namend “Mithril”
1. A riff metal band from Kiel, Northern Germany
2. a power metal band from Dominican Republic
3. A 4 piece Celtic band that originated on the Gulf Coast of America
4. A female fronted power metal band from Hungary

1. Mithril from Kiel exist since 1996. They are still unsigned, but had a few appearances on local tv- and radio stations. In 2002, they released their first demo, “Among The Living”, consisting of 5 songs. In 2005 followed “Dare The Heavens”, their second demo. In the same year, they were rather successful at the Wacken Open Air Metal Battle. Presently, they are working on the release of “Deep Damp Dark”, their third demo. Right now the band consists of Lasse Heuer (guitar), Gerald Rogier (drums), Henner Schweder (vocals/bass), Ralf Zimmermann (guitar). Their homepage:

2. Mithril from Dominican Republic is a Power Metal Band created in 2003, their debut album “El Inicio de la Aurora” was released in 2005. The first single “Judas Iscariote” has scored the longest-running number one single, topping the dominican metal chart for 14 weeks. The current line up is as follows: Jose Velez (Vocal), Joel Batista (bass), Marlene Messanz (keyboards), Omar Rivas (guitar), Jose Alfau (guitar) and Bernald Rodriguez (drums).

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  • FinlayMacLoan

    xDxD what a mess, but i have to admit that i like both, the german "riff metal" band an the celtic one :D

    13 Jan 2010 Reply
  • megaslay

    There's also a Mithril band in Dominican Republic, a great combination of Power Metal with a magistral Black Metal touch.

    28 Apr 2009 Reply
  • kazerniel

    And there is a hungarian Mithril too :S Illusion is their track.

    25 Nov 2008 Reply
  • engelchen_der_n

    I already asked the support. they said, there is no way to seperate Bands with the same name. By the way I am a great fan of the german group.

    6 Jul 2008 Reply
  • neithan69

    and polish progressive Mithril, argh

    23 Oct 2007 Reply
  • Telltolin

    You idiots, you mixed up rock mithril and celtic mithril. Banish misfortune, winters day, etc, are celtic. Fix it, you!

    10 Feb 2007 Reply

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