Korpiklaani



Rank:
83
889 fans
Also known as Shamaani Duo (1993-1997), Shaman (FIN) (1997-2003)

Country: Finland
Label: Nuclear Blast Records

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Formed in: 2003

2003- Folk metal

Line-up

2003-  Jonne Järvelä - guitars, vocals
2003-  Matti "Matson" Johansson - drums
2003-  Kalle "Cane" Savijärvi - guitars
2005-  Jarkko Aaltonen - bass
2012-  Tuomas Rounakari - fiddle
2013-  Sami Perttula - accordion
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2003-2005  Ali Määttä - percussions
2003-2005  Toni "Honka" Honkanen - guitars
2003-2005  Arto Tissari - bass
2003-2011  Jaakko "Hittavainen" Lemmetty - violin, jouhikko, woodwinds
2004-2013  Juho Kauppinen - accordion
2011  Teemu Eerola - violin
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2003  Samu Ruotsalainen - drums
2016  Olli Vänskä - violin
2018  Jesper Anastasiadis - bass
2005  Mäkkärä - backing vocals
2005  Frank (VII) - backing vocals
2005  Samuel Dan - backing vocals
2005  Virva Holtiton - kantele, vocals
2005  Katja Juhola - accordion
2010  Tuomari Nurmio - vocals
2012  Patrick "Pat" Henry - vocals

Discography

2008 Metal Mania 2007 [DVD]
2008 Pagan Fire [VA] 9.7
2008 Keep On Galloping [Single] 7.5
2009 Vodka [Single] 7.6
2010 Ukon Wacka [Single] 8.5
2011 Metsälle [Single] 8.6
2015 Lempo [Single] 8.7
2016 FC Lahti [Single] 8
2016 A Man With A Plan [Single] 8
2017 Live At Masters Of Rock [Boxset] 8
1999 Ođđa Máilbmi 10
2002 Kanöhta Lávlla 8.3
2003 Wooden Pints 9
2004 Hunting Song 8.5
2005 Beer Beer 7.4
2005 Kädet Siipinä 8.3
2006 Happy Little Boozer 7.5
2007 Tervaskanto 6.5
2008 Metsämies 7.9
2008 Keep On Galloping 8.7
2009 Vodka 8
2011 Tequila 7.6
2012 Rauta 9
2015 Pilli On Pajusta Tehty 8
2015 Ämmänhauta 7.5
2016 A Man With A Plan 8
2016 FC Lahti

Latest reviews

Noita
7.3
You'll be shocked to learn that Noita sounds like all Korpiklaani. It's almost as though they've been doing the same thing for the lastů always.   Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
Manala
7.0
Korpiklaani are one of the bands most notorious for churning out album after meaningless album with seemingly little thought or care. It is with some surprise then that Manala, even still conforming to the one-album-per-year rule, is actually quite alright.   Review by Baz Anderson ››

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